Parliament Act No. 5 Of 8 June 2014 On Employment, Etc.

Original Language Title: Inatsisartutlov nr. 5 af 8. juni 2014 om arbejdsformidling m.v.

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Parliament Act no. 5 of 8 June 2014 on employment, etc.

Modified repeals, hovedlov replaces information

Aside
Landsting Regulation no. 10 of 18 December 2003 on employment, etc.

Modified by
Parliament Act no. 28 of 9 December 2015 on jobs, guidance and skills upgrading centers
Parliament Act no. 32 of 9 December 2015 amending the Parliament Act on employment, etc.
(Increased use of mobility services)
Parliament Act no. 6 of 3 June 2015 amending the Greenland Parliament Act no. 5 of 8 June 2014 on employment, etc.
(Use of the job portal)

Hovedlov to
Home Rule Executive Order no. 24 of 25 August 2008 on mobility performance
Home Rule Executive Order no. 20 of 19 November 2007 on municipal reporting of information concerning the labor market, activation of labor and students and labor approach to Greenland
home Rule Executive Order no. 17 of 16 October 2007 on the evaluation of Piareersarfiit centers, task management etc.
home Rule Executive Order no. 42 of 28 september 1994 on grants to municipal employment measures.
Home Rule Executive Order no. 24 of 26 August 1993 on the regulation of labor approach of Greenland.
Home Rule Executive Order no. 40 of 18 September 1990 on municipal work intermediation and regulation of labor approach mm
Home Rule Executive Order no. 2 of 4 February 1986 on transitional arrangements for the election of members to work advice and election of members to Labour.


Adds to Home Rule Executive Order no. 24 of 25 August 2008 on mobility performance
Home Rule Executive Order no. 20 of 19 November 2007 on municipal reporting of information concerning the labor market, activation of labor and students and labor approach to Greenland
home Rule Executive Order no. 17 of 16 October 2007 on the evaluation of Piareersarfiit centers, task management etc.
home Rule Executive Order no. 42 of 28 september 1994 on grants to municipal employment measures.
Home Rule Executive Order no. 24 of 26 August 1993 on the regulation of labor approach of Greenland.
Home Rule Executive Order no. 40 of 18 September 1990 on municipal work intermediation and regulation of labor approach mm
Home Rule Executive Order no. 2 of 4 February 1986 on transitional arrangements for the election of members to work advice and election of members to Labour.

Chapter 1

Definitions and Scope
§ 1. For employment purposes nationwide, neutral and
unpaid service for the promotion of labor market trends, including
strengthening of workers occupational and geographical mobility.
Subsection. 2. In the work instruction means establishing contacts between
job seekers and employers with a view to creating practical
employment.
Subsection. 3. The employment services responsible for assigning work to
employment and assignment of labor to employers from all industries
and occupational groups. Also handles employment services and guidance
administration of applicants for education.
Subsection. 4. The Greenland Parliament Act applies to work performed in
Greenland, and includes job-seekers, according to county law on
regulation of labor approach of Greenland considered Greenlandic
labor.

The municipal tasks
§ 2. The municipal council shall, as part of an active labor market policy
:

1) labor market trends in the municipality

2) allow and take initiatives to implement
measures of significance for business development and employment in the municipality
and

3) collect and assess information regarding the labor market in the municipality
and report this information to the Greenland Government.
Subsection. 2. The Government may lay down detailed rules concerning
reporting in accordance with paragraph. 1 pt. 3
§ 3. It is for the local authority to ensure
employment in the municipality, including to arrange placement services and
career guidance, see. §§ 5 - 9
Paragraphs . 2. The municipal council shall supply
on employment in the municipality to the Greenland Government.
Subsection. 3. The Government may lay down rules
municipal statistical etc.
§ 4. The municipal council must strive for the creation of a
trusting and close cooperation between social partners and the public
management in the municipality so creating the basis for initiatives
workforce development, tailored to the needs of business in both the shorter and

Longer term and municipal business development opportunities.
Subsection. 2. The municipal council shall prepare proposals for
implementation of employment measures to reinforce the
skills of the workforce in the municipality.
Subsection. 3. The local authority must undertake special
employment and educational offerings aimed at young people under 30 years

Commerce and educational guidance
and placement services
§ 5. The municipal council shall draw up individual
action plans for jobseekers, and for people who are involved in
upgrading course or actions in Piareersarfiit.
Subsection. 2. Commerce and educational guidance includes assistance by
choice of profession and education.
Subsection. 3. The local authority can create a Piareersarfiit to
administration of the municipal council's duties under this Act.
Subsection. 4. The municipal council shall report the results of
municipal career guidance and placement services for
Naalakkersuisut.
Subsection. 5. The Greenland Government may lay down rules for the implementation of
in paragraph. 2-4 arisen, including rules on contributions to the establishment and operation of
Piareersarfiit.
§ 6. Before the work instruction takes place, provided
information on pay and other employment conditions.
§ 7. The authorization of permanent work, which means that the
work seeker must change residence can take place if:

1) the move is considered desirable from an assessment of local and
professional needs of the labor market,

2) the jobseeker consents

3) the designated must be compensated for expenses for transportation and
furniture removal,

4) there is not enough qualified workers, and

5) made accommodation available for the specified.
Subsection. 2. Authorisation of seasonal or temporary work away
from the worker's habitual residence can take place if:

1) it is deemed desirable from an assessment of local and professional
labor market needs

2) the jobseeker consents

3) the job is compensated for the cost of transport, and

4) there is not enough qualified workers.
Subsection. 3. The Government may award grants to cover in paragraph.
1 pt. 3 and paragraph. 2, no. 3, those costs. Greenland Government may lay
modalities thereof.
§ 8. Authorisation of labor can not be made to an employer
or business that according to satisfactory documentation from a professional
organization or another interest group affected by a strike or lockout
unless this is known unofficial.
§ 9. When that may be provided suitable labor to a vacant
position gives municipal notice to the employer.

Subsection. 2. Coming employment is not able, or interrupted
employment immediately after its commencement, it is
employer shall immediately give notice to the local council and
information on the cause.
Subsection. 3. An employer who refuses directed labor,
obliged to reimburse the expenses incurred for transport and furniture removal,
if the rejection is due to the employment of other workers and the employer
has not informed the local council in time for the journey for the working
could have been avoided.

Various provisions
§ 10. The Government may establish a nationwide job bank
where vacancies, unemployment administration and basic data for statistical and analytical purposes
can be collected and processed.
Subsection. 2. The Government may regulate the establishment of
job bank under subsection. 1, including rules on municipal duty to
use the job bank.
§ 11. The Government holds an annual course for those of
municipal employees, dealing with employment agencies, etc.
Subsection. 2. The Government will hold after each
local council election a course for the council members if
duties include employment agencies, etc.
Subsection. 3. Costs for the courses in accordance with paragraph. 1 and 2 are held by
Treasury and municipalities.
§ 12. The Greenland Government may subsidize
employment measures and initiatives in Piareersarfiit, see. § 4
paragraph. 2 and 3. subsidies in size stipulated in the annual Finance Acts.
Subsection. 2. The Government may lay down rules on the allocation and
payment of subsidies.
§ 13. The Greenland Government may lay down rules on experimentation
aimed at fighting unemployment and efficiency and developing
employment services.
§ 14. The Government shall prepare an annual report on
labor efforts in the past year and goals for the future

Period, including what follow-up measures to be implemented.

Appeals
§ 15. Appeals against the local council's decisions under this
law, within 4 weeks submitted to the Greenland Government.

Entry into force
§ 16. The Greenland Parliament Act shall enter into force on 1 July 2014.
Subsection. 2. At the same time county Regulation no. 10 of 18
December 2003 on employment, etc.
Subsection. 3. Regulations issued pursuant to the paragraph. 2 shall
Act remain in force until replaced or repealed by regulations
established under this or other inatsisartutlove.

Greenland, d. 8 June 2014

Ms Hammond