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Prohibition against Termination

An employer shall not terminate the services of an employee on any of the following grounds:

1. Trade union membership or participation in trade union activities outside working hours or, with the consent of the employer, within working hours.

2. Seeking office as, or acting as the capacity of, an employee representative.

3. Making a complaint or participating in proceedings against an employer involving an alleged violation of laws and regulation.

4. Race, colour, sex, marital status, pregnancy, religion, political opinion, nationality or social origin.

5. Reasonable absence from work due to family emergencies or responsibilities.

6. Absence from work during maternity leave as certified by a medical practitioner.

7. Absence from work due to injury or illness provided that the employee submits a medical certificate to his employer by the third day of absence.

8. Absence from work in the performance of jury service as required by law.

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This Act places a legal obligation on the employer to inform the Labour Commissioner in writing on the prescribed form, any accident involving any worker that arises out of and in the course of employment and which causes loss of life or serious bodily injury or disables a worker. The employer is also obligated to inform the Labour Commissioner on any occupational disease which he reasonable believes or suspects to have occurred among workers employed by him.