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On 2 April 1994 the Government proposed that it ensure the regular payment of wages and arrears by converting them into an internal debt, which the CSTC claims is contrary to Article 3.1 of Convention No. 95 prohibiting the payment of wages in the form of promissory notes, vouchers or coupons, or in any other form alleged to represent legal tender.
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vouchers, coupons or promissory notes? 8. Do workers earning wages on a piece-rate or performance-related basis earn the legally mandated minimum wage? 9. Is there any evidence that workers are required to lodge deposits or that unlawful or unauthorised deductions from wages are made with the aim of indebting workers? 10.
The Government further states that under the terms of the General Agreement for 1999-2000 concluded between the Cabinet, the Confederation of Employers and the trade unions, wage arrears should be paid off by the end of 2000 at state-owned undertakings and those in which the State has a stake of more than 50 per cent, and that, in addition
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the form of vouchers, coupons or promissory notes is prohibited. (c) employer in order to pay off an actually incurred or inherited debt. (f) Deception in wage payment, wage advances, and loans to employees shall not be used as a means to bind workers to employment. Advances and loans, and deductions from wages made
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The Committee notes that, according to the ALCS for 2016–17, the situation of women has deteriorated as the labour force participation rate of women decreased from 29 per cent in 2014 to 26.8 per cent in 2017, and remained far lower than the labour force participation of men (80.6 per cent in 2017).
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Once established, registered trade unions have the right to collect trade union dues (sections 29(4)(h) and 52). (Endnote_102) Trade union dues can be collected and transferred by means of a check-off scheme or any other manner agreed between the trade union, the employees and the employer, or by an employee s written authorization (section 54(1)).
Ensuring re-employment of laid-off workers. With reference to the measures to enhance the employability of workers that had been laid off by state‑owned enterprises, the Government indicates that between 2003 and 2008, over 30,000,000 workers had realized work through different channels. The Government has designated occupational training
Individual Case (CAS) - Discussion: 1996, Publication: 83rd ILC session (1996) The Government supplied the following information: Initially, it was important to note, as has often been the case concerning acts of the provincial governments (in this case that of Entre Ríos), that under the federal system of government the provinces had an autonomy of decision as regards the organization and
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vouchers, coupons, tokens, tickets, chits or any object other than legal tender, even when expressly requested by the kasambahay. 14(f) Rest periods and day-off. The employer shall provide the kasambahay a daily rest period of at least 8 hours and a weekly rest period of at least (24) consecutive
Introduction. Decision to revise the Cooperatives (Developing Countries) Recommendation, 1966 ()In March 1999, at its 274th Session, the Governing Body decided to include in the agenda of the 89th Session (2001) of the International Labour Conference the question of the promotion of cooperatives, with a view to adopting a revised standard in the year 2002.
Individual Case (CAS) - Discussion: 2009, Publication: 98th ILC session (2009) A Government representative expressed appreciation to the Committee of Experts for its positive comments and observations on the report concerning the application of Convention No. 122 by China, which would assist its efforts in employment promotion.
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In other words, the employee must not, overall, be worse off than he or she would be under relevant or designated awards and other relevant laws. 32. It should also be noted that it is an ordinary effect under Australia's constitutional arrangements for a federal law or an instrument made under a federal law to prevail over inconsistent state
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(b) day off overtime, which shall be time worked by an employee on a day on which he would otherwise be off duty; and (c) holiday overtime, which shall be time worked on a public holiday. (3) An employee shall for each hour of ordinary overtime be paid at the hourly rate of not less than one and one-half his wage for one hour.
Individual Case (CAS) - Discussion: 2007, Publication: 96th ILC session (2007) A Government representative stressed the importance of the Convention and the fact that non-payment of wages constituted a threat to the public interest, and had an immediate bearing on the lives of workers.
Individual Case (CAS) - Discussion: 1999, Publication: 87th ILC session (1999) The Government has supplied the following information: Information on the payment of wages to workers in the budget-supported sector of the constituent territories of the Russian Federation
Individual Case (CAS) - Discussion: 1991, Publication: 78th ILC session (1991) The Government has communicated the following information: As concerns the comments made by the Independent Workers' Confederation in October 1990 referring to the application of this Convention, the Government refers to its responses to the Committee of Experts and the Committee on Freedom of Association, dated 19
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But for Rim Il, the deal soured from the start: Under a moonlit night, the bus carrying him and a score of other fresh arrivals pulled into a desert camp cordoned off with barbed-wire fences. There, 1,800 workers, sent by North Korea to earn badly needed foreign currency, were living together under the watchful eyes of North Korean government
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The complainant was informed by an e-mail of 6 January 2003 that another official, whose grade was P-5, had been assigned to the Coupons Programme to assist her in her duties in view of her forthcoming retirement, and subsequently, by a memorandum of 18 January 2003, that her file had been referred to the Office of Internal Oversight for study
Introduction. Décision de réviser la recommandation (n o 127) sur les coopératives (pays en voie de développement), 1966A sa 274 e session (mars 1999), le Conseil d'administration a décidé d'inscrire à l'ordre du jour de la 89 e session (2001) de la Conférence internationale du Travail la question de la promotion des coopératives en vue de l'adoption d'une norme révisée en 2002.
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Convention no 95: Protection du salaire, 1949. Russie, Fédération de (ratification: 1961). Le gouvernement a communiqué les informations suivantes: Le ministère du Travail et du Développement social de la Fédération de Russie souhaite informer l'OIT des mesures prises par le gouvernement en vue de résoudre la question des arriérés de salaires dans les organisations dont le
The Secretary of State for Social Affairs wrote to employers to remind them of their obligations. It is common practice for women workers to be subject to a body search. Restrictive access to toilets is a further example of degrading humiliations inflicted on workers, who must use rationed coupons limiting their use of toilets to once a day.
Convention no 87: Liberté syndicale et protection du droit syndical, 1948. Bangladesh (ratification: 1972). Le gouvernement a communiqué les informations suivantes: Le gouvernement du Bangladesh a déjà fourni des réponses détaillées aux questions soulevées par le Comité de la liberté syndicale et la Commission d'experts pour l'application des conventions et recommandations.
It was an "off the shelf" speech upon which the Government representative of Myanmar made no substantive changes. There were no legally functioning trade unions in Myanmar and no legal structure to protect trade unions. There was no legal framework to protect collective negotiation or to protect workers from acts of anti-union discrimination.
Introduction. 1. Le Comité de la liberté syndicale, institué par le Conseil d'administration à sa 117 e session (novembre 1951), s'est réuni au Bureau international du Travail à Genève les 6, 7 et 14 novembre 1997, sous la présidence de M. le professeur Max Rood.. 2. Les membres de nationalité japonaise et mexicaine n'étaient pas présents lors de l'examen des cas relatifs au Japon
1. Convention n o 95, ratifiée le 4 mai 1961.. 2. Voir Bulletin officiel, vol. LXIV, 1981, Série A, n o 1, pp. 99-101.. 3. Document GB.268/15/3. 4. Le paragraphe 1 de l'article 96 est ainsi libellé: «Les salaires doivent être payés au moins chaque quinzaine.»