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78th Session accelerated payment procedure adjudication or arbitration adversely affects workers amendment arbitration award concluded Article l2 branches of economic categories of workers Claims Employer's Insolvency clause Conclusions adopted contributions due Drafting Committee due in respect due to workers employer before non-privileged employer's assets employers and workers enterprise social protection enterprise's assets event form of remuneration French text guarantee institution holiday pay holidays with pay insolvency or prior insolvency proceedings insolvent employer International Labour Conference International Labour Office International Labour Organisation ipso jure laws or regulations ments national laws national statutory social non-privileged creditors paid absence paragraph pay adversely affects payment of workers phrase prescribed period proposed Convention Proposed texts Protection of Wages protection of workers ratification remuneration for holidays representative organisations second discussion social protection schemes social security schemes statutory social security term insolvency termination of employment three months prior types of paid Wages Convention workers upon termination Workmen's Compensation Accidents
Էջ 18 - Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to the protection of workers against ionising radiations, which is the fourth item on the agenda of the session, and Having determined that these proposals shall take the form of an international Convention, adopts this...
Էջ 18 - ... claims cannot be paid by reason of the financial situation of the employer, for example, where the amount of the employer's assets is recognised as being insufficient to justify the opening of insolvency proceedings. 95. The third paragraph of the appendix sets out the minimum requirement according to which claims shall be protected. The "other types of paid absence" referred to in sub- paragraph c have the same sense as in the ILO Convention.