Asa Anterivozona / Fanompoana

Asa anterivozona

Law prohibits forced or compulsory labour. Forced or compulsory labor means all work or service which is exacted from any person under the menace of any penalty for which the said person has not offered himself voluntarily.

It is a punishable offence. All forms of forced or compulsory including the sale and trafficking of child labor, the use of children as a pledge to pay the debt of the family, slavery, forced or compulsory recruitment for use of children in armed candied are prohibited.

Source: § 4 of the Labour Code 2003; § 15 of DECRET N° 2007 563 du 3 juillet 2007

Fahafahana miova asa na miala amin'ny asa

Workers have the right to change jobs after serving due notice on their employer. The duration of notice period depends on the length of service of the worker and varies with work category. For more information on this, please refer to the section on employment security.

Source: § 16-21 of the Labour Code 2003

Inhumane Working Conditions

Working time may be extended beyond normal working hours of 173.33 hours in a month. Normal working hours for young workers are 40 hours per week and in farming sector yearly working hour limit is 2200 hours. Workers may be required to work overtime with or without prior authorization.

For more information on this, please refer to the section on compensation.

Source: § 75-79 & 101 of the Labour Code 2003, § 2 of the decree regulating overtime

Fitsipika mikasika ny asa anterivozona

  • Lalàna laharana faha-2003-044 tamin'ny 28 jolay 2004 anaovana ny Fehezandalàna momba ny asa / Loi n° 2003-044 du 28 juillet 2004 portant Code du travail / Labour Code 2004
  • Lalàm-panorenan'i Repoblika faha-IV (11 desambra 2010) / Constitution de la IVe République (11 décembre 2010) / Constitution de la IVe République (11 décembre 2010)
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