This law contains provisions to ensure that agency work is not abused and that the rights of contract workers are protected. The law does not entirely prohibit subcontracting, but it does restrict it and prohibit it in certain circumstances to any employee who has been hired through a contractor for a specific position and for a limited period of time to work in a company. They are not directly employed by companies and do not have a specific payroll;
Companies hire contractors who, in turn, hire these workers for various jobs. In order to prevent abuse of workers in all companies and to ensure a healthier working environment, the Law on the Regulation and Abolition of Work was contractually introduced in 1970. In addition to regulating social benefits, health, employment contract payments, it also contains detailed provisions for the registration of companies and licensees.
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