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supervisor_account Labor Market Regulation

Doing Business measures several aspects of labor market regulation – hiring, working hours, redundancy rules and cost as well as a number of job quality aspects (such as the availability of unemployment protection, maternity leave and gender non-discrimination at the workplace). 

The most recent round of data collection was completed in June 2016. See the methodology for more information.

Labor Market Regulation Data

Data points and details, 2017 (Excel)
Why it matters
Frequently asked questions

Subnational = Subnational Doing Business data available. Multi City = Multi-city data for same economy is available.