Open main menu

Wikipedia β

Holidays with Pay Convention (Revised), 1970

  (Redirected from Holidays with Pay Convention 1970)

Holidays with Pay Convention (Revised), 1970 is an International Labour Organization Convention.

Holidays with Pay Convention (Revised), 1970
C132
ILO Convention
Date of adoption June 24, 1970
Date in force June 30, 1973
Classification Paid Leave
Subject Paid holidays
Previous Minimum Wage Fixing Convention, 1970
Next Accommodation of Crews (Supplementary Provisions) Convention, 1970

It was established in 1970:

Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to holidays with pay,...

Contents

ProvisionEdit

The central provision of the convention is found in Article 3, which states that people to whom the convention applies shall be entitled to an annual paid holiday of a specified minimum length, and that although the ratifying state may select the length of the minimum holiday, it "shall in no case be less than three working weeks for one year of service".

ModificationEdit

This Convention revised Convention C52 - Holidays with Pay Convention, 1936.

RatificationsEdit

As of 2013, the convention has been ratified by 36 states.

Country Year of ratification Declared minimum number
of paid holidays per year
Notes
  Armenia 2006 28 days
  Belgium 2003 24 calendar days
  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1993 18 working days
  Brazil 1998 30 working days
  Burkina Faso 1974 one calendar month
  Cameroon 1973 3 weeks
  Chad 2000 24 working days
  Croatia 1991 18 working days
  Czech Republic 1996 3 weeks
  Finland 1990 24 working days
  Germany 1975 18 working days
  Guinea 1977 one calendar month
  Hungary 1998 20 working days
  Iraq 1974 3 weeks
  Ireland 1974 3 weeks
  Italy 1981 3 weeks
  Kenya 1979 21 working days
  Latvia 1994 4 weeks
  Luxembourg 1975 25 working days
  Republic of Macedonia 1991 18 working days
  Madagascar 1972 3 weeks
  Malta 1988 21 working days
  Moldova 1998 24 working days
  Montenegro 2006 18 working days
  Norway 1973 24 working days
  Portugal 1981 21 days
  Russia 2010 28 calendar days
  Rwanda 1991 18 working days
  Serbia (as   Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) 2000 20 working days
  Slovenia 1992 18 working days
  Spain 1972 3 weeks
  Sweden 1978 5 weeks
   Switzerland 1992 4 weeks 5 weeks for workers under 20 years old
  Ukraine 2001 24 calendar days
  Uruguay 1977 20 working days
  Yemen (as   North Yemen) 1976 21 days (workers); 30 days (employees)

External linksEdit