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This section provides information on "labour laws", "health and safety" regulations in the workplace, industrial relations, rights to join a trade union of your choice and a wide range of other workplace information, including income tax requirements, provisions for income tax deductions, vacation with pay regulations etc.

All employers, as well as workers, should familiarize themselves with the various labour laws and work place regulations in Barbados. In doing this, it should help both the employer and employee to be aware of their rights in the work place. Knowing each other's rights can help to foster more harmonious relations between employer and employee in the work place.

More detailed information can be found by contacting:

 

The Labour Department,
2nd Floor East Wing
Warrens Office Complex
Warrens, St. Michael
Barbados
Tel: (246) 4361247 or 4361249




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3rd Floor West, Warrens Office Complex, Warrens, St. Michael, Barbados | Tel: (246) 535-1400 | Fax: (246) 535-1573 | E-Mail: mol@labour.gov.bb