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33

Hamle 12/1999

26077

Aynalem Bayele v. Ethiopian Commercial Bank

6

320

if a collective agreement provides better right than the labor law, then the agreement shall be given priority

Proclamation No. 377/2003 Art. 134(2)

49

Tikimit 25/2001

36692

Anbessa City Bus Service Enterprise v. Tesfaye Makonnen

8

104

collective agreement applies in matters which are not covered by the labor proclamation no. 377/2003

 

50

Tikimit 11/2001

37027

Ethiopian Telecommunication Corporation v. Aselefch Desta

8

106

where a collective agreement defines offences and their respective sanctions in different levels, then the employer is at liberty to decide the penalty taking into consideration the gravity of the offence

 

65

Tahsas 14/2001

36591

Matador Addis Tyre S.C. v. Dereje Umeta

8

144

grounds for terminaton of contract of employment provided under collective agreement should be given effect though they are not covered under the labor proclamation

Proclamation No. 377/2003 Art. 27/1/

146

Meskerem 27/2003

54451

Fincha Sugar Factory v.Fincha Sugar Factory Basic Workers Trade Union v.

11

 

Unless otherwise provided within the agreement, collective agreement is effective from the date of signature. Collective agreement is submitted for registration before the appropriate authority after negotiation and signature. A court cannot enforce the registration of a collective agreement which is not properly signed by negotiating parties.

Proclamation No. 377/2003 Art. 124-135

149

Hidar 03/2003

54326

Anbessa Shoe s.c v. Etehun Ayalew

11

 

Transfer of an worker contrary to collective agreement is unlawful

 

171

Sene 16/2003

64734

Country Club Developers Yerer View Housing Construction Project v. Bekele Lemma

ro

 

Existence of offence should be the basis for grounds provided in the collective agreement in order to dismiss a wokrer without notice

Proclamation No. 377/2003 Art. 27/1/


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