A PROCLAMATION TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLIC SERVANTS’ PENSION PROCLAMATION No. 714/2011
PUBLIC SERVANTS SOCIAL SECURITY AGENCY ESTABLISHMENT REGULATION No. 203/2011
Types of pension benefits according to the new Private Organization Employees Pension Proclamation No. 715/2011
Resignation and the paradox of Ethiopian pension law
Amount of pension contribution in the new Ethiopian pension laws
University lecturers in Ethiopia do not have a legal right to pension.
Ethiopian Pension Laws
Employees of Private Organizations Pension Proclamation No. 715/2010
Public Servants pension Proclamation No. 714/2010
Public Servants’ Pensions (As Amended) Proclamation 633
Proclamation No. 690 Social Health Insurance
Proc No. 424-2004 Public Servants’ Pension (Amendment)
Proc No. 345-2003 Public Servants Pensions
Proc No. 313-2003 Federal police commission
Proc No. 327-2003 Establishment of the National Reserve Force
Proc No. 190-1999 Public Servants_ Pension (Amendment)
Proc No. 123-1998 Defence Forces (Amendment)
Proc No. 38-1996 Social Security Authority Establishment
Proc No. 27-1996 Defence Forces
Proclamation No. 209-1963 Public servants pension
Decree No 46-1961 Public servants pension
thank u. I like it about ur cooperative to know other people for memory those they ‘r miss the proclamation.
can u send me the new/ammend/pension proclamation? please.
We are planning to start business operations in Ethiopia and shall be engaging large scale workers (permanent, temporary or contract basis). Can you please explain what all benefits payable as per statutory laws of Ethiopia.
The new private organization employees pension law is not applicable to temporary workers.
Only permanent workers are covered by the pension scheme. As regards the types of pension
benefits for permanent employees read my previous post “Types of pension benefits according
to the new Private Organization Employees Pension Proclamation No. 715/2011“
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