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Loi no portant programme extraordinaire pour l’emploi des jeunes.

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Directives de pour le Fonds d’investissements pour l’emploi FIO. Modifications concernant les organes et services de l’emploi; titre II: Loi decrero portant dispositions sur l’emploi des jeunes. Disabilities Act, Act No. An Act to promote and ensure full and equal enjoyment by persons with disabilities, of privileges, interests, benefits and treatment, on equal basis as others and to establish the Jamaica Council for Persons with Disabilities.

Part VI deals with employment of persons with disabilities and includes non-discrimination provisions and an obligation on the employer to make adjustments to the workplace to ensure that the employee is not at a disadvantage. It also provides for the redeployment of an employee to a position that is at equivalent to their previous position. The objects of the Act are to facilitate the provision of work experience for young persons with a view to their employment; to encourage participants to develop a sense of responsibility and of service to the country; and self respect and respect for authority; and to promote among participants, values of discipline, democracy, citizenship and co-operation section 3.

For this purpose, it provides for the establishment of a National Yourh Service Board, sets out its functions, financing and direction. An Act to establish a scheme for financing and implementing the training of persons with a view to employment and to provide for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

Employment Agencies Regulation Act Act 43 of This Act, incorporating all changes through Decemberestablishes a system of licencing employment agencies for the placement of workers in- or outside Jamaica. To obtain a license to run an agency for the placement of workers outside Jamaica, a bond must be furnished. The Employment Agencies Regulations. These regulations, incorporating all changes through Decemberset out the application procedure and include the forms required to acquire a license to run an employment agency.

Recruiting of Workers Act Cap. This Act is applicable to all professional, as well as parts of the private recruitment of foreign workers for employment abroad.

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decrego It does not cover the recruitment of personal or domestic servants nor of nonmanual workers. Professional recruiters except “worker-recruiters” must have a licence, which is granted on specified conditions. Offences against the Act are criminally sanctioned. The travel expenses for the recruited foreign worker and his family to the place of employment is the responsibility of the recruiter but not the “worker-recruiter” or the employer.

The recruiter or employer is responsible for the recruited worker during his journey and if he becomes incapacitated by sickness or accident during the journey, he and his family shall be repatriated at the recruiter’s or employer’s expense. Recruitment is conditioned on the age and the medical fitness of the recruited worker and the lack or coercion and misrepresentation during his recruitment.

Recruited foreign workers must be above sixteen, but dereto, under certain conditions, be under eighteen. The medical fitness of the worker is to be established upon arrival. A medically unfit worker and his family shall be repatriated at the expense of the recruiter or the employer. The absence of coercion and misrepresentation in the recruitment procedure is to be established by a Judge upon the arrival of the recruited worker.

On a contrary finding the recruited worker and his family shall be returned home at the expense of the recruiter or employer. If a worker not engaged, after being decrwto, for a reason for which he is not responsible, the worker and his family must be repatriated at the expense of the recruiter or the employer.


Foreign Recruiting Act Cap. This Act entitles the Minister to prohibit or condition the recruitment of persons for the service of any foreign state. Provides for various measures to be taken to facilitate aged and handicapped persons to move in both public and private places, transportation and designated buildings. Provides for the protection of persons over the age of 65 from cruel treatment inflicted by caretakers, in particular; Provides assistance rendered to those affected as well as those who may inflict cruel treatment.

With its operational and subsidiary provisions, the Law provides for the state’s responsibilities in offering various services aimed at facilitating disabled persons and disabled children to lead a normal and independent social life. Supplements the definition of developmentally disabled persons and also specifies the 44089 of administrative services to be provided by local authorities.

Defines persons with special disability and provides various disability allowances for those who cannot be covered by the ordinary disability benefits due to the changes occurring in the national pension scheme.

Defines developmental disability and obliges the State and local government to take various measures, as provided for in the Law. Various amendments including extending the definition of disabled persons to cover mentally disabled persons. Provides for various measures for securing the stability of older persons’ employment, such as the employer’s obligation to furnish a document in support of an older person’s application for a new job, the obligation to inform a job-seeking older person on the reasons for setting an age limit for entry into employment, requirement to raise the compulsory retirement age to 65 or above, or design continuous employment schemes to retain workers in employment until 65 in case the existing retirement age below 65 is retained.

The amending law also provides for various measures related to older persons’ employment, such as liberalizing regulations concerning the operation of worker dispatching undertakings etc. Provides substantial changes to the initial Basic Law for the Disabled of by setting fundamental principles to be observed by the state and the provincial governments in their responsibilities towards the disabled, including the principle of non-discrimination, the sense of solidarity in supporting the development and participation of disabled persons in society, the protection of human rights and obligations of the state and provincial governments in drawing up programmes of special measures for the disabled.

Provides for obligations by local authorities and private enterprises with more than employees to set up action plans to support the development of future generations.

Amends provisions regarding conditions to be met by temporary employment service. Considerably liberalizes operation of temporary work agencies. Provides for additional payments made to undertakings which offer measures to promote employment of the elderly. Establishes, pursuant to the Law on Welfare of Physically Disabled Persons, categories of physically disabled persons according to detailed criteria. Establishes, pursuant to Law on Welfare of Mentally Disabled Persons, categories of mentally disabled persons based on detailed criteria.

Amends related provisions in eight laws, such as Seafarers Law, Veterinarian Law, Interpreters and Guides Law, specifying degree of incapacity of workers who are not allowed to work. Extends the scope of this Law to middle-aged workers, and promotes the raising of the retirement age of workers and the continuation of employment of older workers.

Excludes medical services from the work in which temporary workers may be engaged. Cabinet Order amending Order No. Provides that persons who were convicted of violating provisions of the Labour Standards Law concerning forced labour and child labour shall not be permitted to operate employment placement projects. Provides guidelines on the provision of social insurance, protection of personal information, and appropriate grievance procedures.

Liberalizes requirements regarding the use of contract labour dispatched by temporary work agencies, with the exception of dock work,construction, security guard services, and other work deemed unsuitable for temporary workers by Cabinet Order. An employer of a temporary employment agency shall administrate personal information about dispatched workers appropriately. A client shall not engage a temporary worker for the same work for more then one year.

The Minister of Labour may recommend that a client hire a temporary worker if the worker continues to work in contravention of the Act and he or she wishes to be hired by the client. Liberalizes “fee-charging employment placement services”. Anyone may carry out fee-charging employment placement with decretl permission of the Minister of Labour except with regard to dock work, construction, and other work stipulated by the Order.


Law on Mental Health and Welfare, No. Determines the qualifications of the persons in charge of mental health and welfare. Provides for the welfare of mentally disabled persons.

Eases several procedures concerning the appointment of the person responsible for working conditions of temporary workers employed by temporary work agencies.

Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour amending Ordinance No. Expands the categories of jobs which may be covered by private job placement services. Simplification of procedures to change and extend the licenses of temporary work agencies.

Prohibition of deceeto temporary workers in the same category of work from different agencies. Amendments concerning complaints from workers. Establishes the obligation of the government to create guidelines concerning management of agencies and procedures to dispatch workers to clients.


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Permits temporary workers to perform duties of persons who are on child care leave. Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour [Ordinance No. Amends the regulations on the employment of disabled persons with respect to particulars regarding eyesight. Establishes the Support Centre for Employment of the Disabled to provide vocational training, practical advice, and information to disabled workers and employers. Encourages employers to plan continuous employment for older employees after the age of 60, to appoint public corporations as centres for the practical use of older workers’ experience, and to prohibit employers from setting a compulsory retirement age that is lower than 60 years of age.

Promotes disabled persons’ independence and participation in activities in any field such as community affairs, the economy and culture. The Government shall formulate the Disabled Persons’ Basic Plan and the protectorates and municipalities shall endeavour to formulate plans of their own. Replaces the words “physically and mentally disabled person” with the words “disabled person” and renames the Law to be the Disabled Persons’ Basic Law.

Notification of the Ministry of Labour No. The basic policy is formulated pursuant to Articles of the Law respecting employment promotion of disabled persons, etc. Includes employment trends of disabled persons, basic measures for comprehensive vocational rehabilitation, employment management measures taken by employers and measures for employment promotion and stability of disabled persons.

Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour No. Provides for standards for permission for overseas fee-charging employment services. Provides that employers shall include, in the Plan for Hiring Physically Disabled Persons, the number of physically and mentally disabled workers in part-time employment. Provides that employers shall appoint Employment Promotors for Disabled Persons.

The Ordinance provides standards for such appointments. Provides for definition of “part-time severely mentally retarded”, and establishes grants for renovation of work facilities for the disabled. Cabinet Order amending Cabinet Order No. Consequential amendments as a result of the amendment of the Law for Employment Promotion of the Disabled.

Provides that the Minister of Labour shall formulate the basic policy for employment measures for disabled persons. Part-time severely physically retarded and part-time severely mentally retarded persons shall apply to be provided with grants, and shall be included in the employment quota system. Certain employers shall appoint employment promoters for the disabled.

Designation of employment development promotion areas under Article 2 of the Area Development Promotion Act. Such areas have many job applicants, and insufficient opportunities in relation to the number of applications. Provisionally applies certain subsidies to Shimabara area affected by the volcanic activities of the “Unzen”. Amends certain Ordinances of the Ministry of Labour as a consequence of the amendments to the Act.

Provides for measures to improve working conditions and other welfare measures in small and medium-sized enterprises in order to secure manpower and offset labour shortages. Includes guidelines to be issued by the Government, and special financial assistance for improvement efforts. Miscellaneous amendments relating to measures for the promotion of employment in designated depressed areas.