Obligation to comply with the requirements of the Latvian decrees as well as in the collective agreements that have been recognized as being of general application The contract is a legally binding employment contract that was developed during collective bargaining with the employer and the union. When a worker has been seconded to work in Latvia, the working conditions and employment arrangements of Latvian law must be ensured, regardless of the law applicable to contract and labour relations. collective agreements that have been recognized as universally binding and govern: where the worker has more favourable working conditions and employment arrangements than the minimum requirements set out in the provisions of the Regulation and in collective agreements generally recognised as compulsory under an employment contract signed abroad (in an EU or EEA country other than Latvia), the worker remains subject to the terms of the contract with the worker. Yes, for example. B the employment contract of a worker from another country provides for a higher salary than the minimum standards established by the regulatory law, that worker receives the salary set out in his employment contract, which ensures that the worker`s situation is not affected. If, under an employment contract, a worker posted to Latvia has more favourable working conditions and employment arrangements than the minimum requirements set by the Latvian decrees as well as by the generally accepted collective agreements, the worker remains subject to the terms of the contract with the worker. An employer who posts a worker at work in Latvia mandates, if necessary, its representative, to whom the social partners can refer, to enter into negotiations for the conclusion of a collective agreement, in accordance with the provisions of the Labour Act. This person cannot be different from the person covered by Article 14 of Article 14 of the Labour Act and must not be in Latvia, but must be available on a reasoned and reasoned request. Check out the full 2014-2018 collective agreement or choose the areas of the collective agreement: www.lm.gov.lv/eng/information-for-workers/information-for-employees-who-have-been-posted-from-another-country-to-carry-out-work-in-latvia/information-on-working-conditions-and-employment-provisions MTS and LRTA are reviewing the decision to determine its impact on the next round of negotiations between the parties. An employer who posts a worker at work in Latvia is required to complete employment contracts, payslips, working time records and documents proving payment of wages to supervisory authorities and supervisory authorities for a period of two years after the secondment. The collective agreement between the Winnipeg School Division and the WTA regulates the terms of employment in the division. It is a matter of sketching out the obligations and rights and privileges of workers and employers.
For more information on administrative sanctions, see ”Administrative Sanctions and Recovery.”