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Mandatory actions of the employer



Employer's mandatory records are internal documents that the employer is required to create and keep according to laws and other regulations. These laws are designed to govern labor relations, workplace safety and health, and other important aspects of the Company's operations. The mandatory actions of the employer in Slovenia include:

  1. Regulations on the employment relationship: These regulations regulate various aspects of the employment relationship, such as E.g. working hours, working conditions, rights and obligations of employees and employers, regulations on vacation, extraordinary terminations, overtime, etc. . The regulations on labor relations must be harmonized with the Labor Relations Act (ZDR-1).

  2. Occupational Health and Safety Policy: This policy defines measures to ensure safe and healthy working conditions for employees. This includes planning, implementation and risk assessment, procedures in the event of accidents, regulations on the use of protective equipment, etc.

  3. Fire Safety Policy: If a business or facility is at risk of fire, then a fire safety policy is required. This policy establishes procedures and measures to prevent, control and extinguish fires.

  4. Regulations on handling personal data: According to the Data Protection Act (ZVOP-2) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the employer must have a regulation on the handling of personal data of employees and other business partners.

  5. Education and Training Policy: This policy defines the rules and guidelines for the education and training of employees to perform their jobs.

  6. Regulations on working hours and breaks: Establishes work schedules, breaks and rest periods for employees in accordance with the law and collective agreements.

  7. Disciplinary Procedure Policy: This policy sets out the procedures and penalties for violations of the rules by employees.

  8. Reward Policy: This policy defines the rules and criteria for rewarding employees, including setting salary levels, bonuses, vacation pay, etc.

  9. Ordinance on Protection against Sexual and Other Harassment: Contains measures to prevent and sanction sexual harassment and other forms of harassment in the workplace.

  10. Rule on the Use of Official Funds and Equipment: Establishes the rules for the use and maintenance of official funds and equipment.

The list provided is not exhaustive since the employer's mandatory files may vary depending on the specific activities of the company and the legislation in force. The employer must always carefully examine and prepare appropriate regulations that meet the legal requirements and protect the interests of the company and employees. It is also important that these laws are regularly updated and adapted to changes in the law and the needs of the company.


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