The Bangladesh Labour Act, 2006 is the main legislation governing the rights and terms of service of a worker. The Act is supplemented by the Bangladesh Labour Rules, 2015. The Act ensures the rights of a worker in respect of wages/salaries, working hours, leaves and working conditions and provides procedural safeguards against unfair termination, dismissal, lay off or retrenchment.  If any of the rights is infringed, the aggrieved worker can file a case in the Labour Court in Bangladesh. Any party aggrieved by a decision of the Labour Court may file an appeal to the Labour Appellate Tribunal.

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