Approves, For Ratification, The Convention No. 175 On Part-Time Work, The International Labour Organization, Adopted In Geneva On 24 June 1994

Original Language Title: Aprova, para ratificação, a Convenção n.º 175 sobre trabalho a tempo parcial, da Organização Internacional do Trabalho, adoptada em Genebra, em 24 de Junho de 1994

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RESOLUTION No. 23/X the International Labour Organization and its members recognised the importance for all workers a freely chosen and productive employment, the importance of part-time work for the economy, the need for employment policies take into consideration the role of part-time work in the creation of additional employment possibilities and the need to ensure the protection of part-time workers in the fields access to employment, working conditions and social security. So: under d) of paragraph 1 of article 197 of the Constitution, the Government presents to the Assembly of the Republic the following resolution: to approve, for ratification, the Convention No. 175 on part-time work, the International Labour Organization, adopted in Geneva on 24 June 1994, the text of which, in the authenticated versions in English and French and Portuguese language translation If published in the annex.

Seen and approved by the Council of Ministers of 29 July 2005 the Prime Minister the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Minister Presidency Convention 175, on part-time work, adopted by the General Conference of the International Labour Organization on your 80th session, in Geneva, on 24 June 1994 the General Conference of the International Labour Organization convened to Geneva by the Board of Directors of the International Labour Office, and there gathered the 7 June 1994, at your 80th session; Noting the relevance to part-time workers the provisions of the Convention on equal remuneration, 1951, of the Convention on discrimination (employment and occupation), 1958, and the Convention and the recommendation on workers with family responsibilities, 1981; Noting also the relevance, for these workers, the Convention on employment promotion and protection against unemployment, 1988, and the recommendation on employment policy (supplementary provisions), 1984; Recognizing the importance to all workers a freely chosen and productive employment, the importance of part-time work for the economy, the need for employment policies take into consideration the role of part-time work in the creation of additional employment possibilities and the need to ensure the protection of part-time workers in the fields of access to employment , working conditions and social security; After deciding to adopt various proposals relating to part-time work, which is the fourth item on the agenda of the session; After deciding that these proposals would take the form of an International Convention, adopts, this twenty-fourth of June 1994, the following Convention, which will be called Convention on part-time work, 1994. Article 1° for the purposes of this Convention: a) the term "part-time worker" means an employed person whose normal duration of work is lower than the full-time workers and who find themselves in a comparable situation;

b) normal working duration referred to in subparagraph (a)) may be calculated on a weekly basis or on average over a given period of employment;

c) the expression "full-time worker who is in a comparable situation" refers to a full-time employee: i. that has the same type of employment relationship; II. to carry out the same type of work, or some kind of similar work, or who performs the same type of profession, or some kind of similar profession; III. and employed in the same establishment or, in the absence of full-time workers who find themselves in a comparable situation in this establishment, in the same company or, in the absence of full-time workers who find themselves in a comparable situation in this company, in the same branch of activity than the part-time worker in question;

d) full-time workers on partial unemployment, that is, affected by a collective and reduction of your normal duration of temporary work for economic, technical or structural reasons, are not considered to be part-time workers.

Article 2° this Convention does not affect more favourable provisions applicable to part-time workers under other international labour conventions. Article 3° 1. This Convention applies to all part-time workers, however any Member may, after consulting the representative organizations of employers and workers concerned, exclude wholly or partly from your under certain categories of workers or of establishments when your application the same raise particular problems of considerable importance.

2. Any Member which ratifies this Convention and which prevail the possibility provided in the preceding paragraph shall, in its reports on the application of the Convention submitted under article 22 of the Constitution of the International Labour Organization, indicate any particular category of workers or of establishments thus excluded and the reasons for this exclusion was or continues to be considered necessary.

Article 4° measures must be taken to ensure that part-time workers receive the same protection granted to full-time workers who find themselves in a comparable situation as regards: the organization law) the right to collective bargaining and to act as representatives of workers; (b)) to the safety and health at work; c) non-discrimination in employment and occupation.

Article 5° shall take appropriate measures to the legislation and national practice to that part-time workers receive, not only by the fact that part-time work, a basic wage which, calculated proportionately on the basis of time, the yield or the play is lower base salary, calculated according to the same method of full time workers who find themselves in a comparable situation.

Article 6°


The statutory social security schemes which are linked to the exercise of a professional activity should be adapted so that part-time workers receive conditions equivalent to those of full-time workers who find themselves in a comparable situation; These conditions may be determined in proportion to the duration of the work, the contributions or earnings, or by other methods in accordance with national law and practice.

Article 7° measures must be taken to ensure that part-time workers receive conditions equivalent to those of full-time workers who find themselves in a comparable situation, in the following areas: a) maternity protection; b) cessation of the employment relationship; c) paid annual holidays and public holidays; d) sick leave; it being understood that the cash benefits can be determined in proportion to the duration of the work or to the gains.

Article 8° 1. Part-time workers whose working time or the gains are less than certain limits can be excluded by a member: a) of the scope of any of the statutory social security schemes referred to in article 6, except in the case of benefits for accidents at work and occupational diseases; b) from the scope of any measures adopted in the fields referred to in article 7, with the exception of maternity protection measures than those laid down by statutory social security schemes.

2. The limits referred to in paragraph 1 must be low enough not to exclude an unduly high proportion of part-time workers.

3. A member which prevails of the option provided for in paragraph 1 must: a) periodically review the thresholds in force; b) indicate clearly, in its reports on the application of the Convention submitted under article 22 of the Constitution of the International Labour Organisation, the limits in force and their reasons, and indicate whether it provides for progressive enlargement of the protection for workers excluded.

4. The most representative organizations of employers and workers shall be consulted about the setting, the review and revision of the limits referred to in this article.

Article 9° 1. Measures must be taken to facilitate access to part-time work productive and freely chosen to respond to the needs of both employers and workers, provided that it is ensured that the protection referred to in articles 4° to 7°.

2. Such measures shall include: a) the review of the provisions of the legislation which may prevent or discourage recourse to part-time work or acceptance of this type of work; b) the use of the employment services, where they exist, to identify and make known the possibilities of part-time work, in the course of its information and placement activities; c) particular attention, within the framework of employment policies, the needs and preferences of specific groups such as the unemployed, workers with family responsibilities, older workers, workers with disabilities and workers to study or who are in training.

3. These measures may also understand research and the dissemination of information on the extent to which part-time work responds to economic and social objectives of employers and of workers.

Article 10° where appropriate, measures shall be taken, in accordance with national law and practice, so that the transition from full-time work to part-time work, or the reverse, is voluntary.

Article 11° the provisions of this Convention shall be implemented by law, except in so far as they are applied by means of collective agreements or by any other means consistent with national practice. The most representative organizations of employers and workers shall be consulted before the adoption of such legislation.

Article 12° The formal ratifications of this Convention shall be communicated to the Director General of the International Labour Office and he recorded.

Article 13° 1. This Convention will require only the members of the international labour organisation whose ratification has been registered by the Director General. 2. It shall enter into force twelve months after the ratifications of two members have been registered by the Director General.

3. This Convention shall enter into force for each Member, twelve months after the date on which your ratification has been registered.

Article 14° 1. Any Member that has ratified this Convention may denounce it after the expiration of ten years from the date of entry into force of the Convention, by an act communicated to the Director-General of the International Labour Office and he registered. The denunciation shall come into force only a year after it was recorded.

2. Any Member which has ratified this Convention and which, within a period of one year after expiry of the period of ten years mentioned in the preceding paragraph, not the option of denunciation provided for by this article, it will be thanks for a further period of ten years and, thereafter, may denounce this Convention at the expiration of each period of ten years under the conditions provided for in this article.

Article 15° 1. The Director General of the International Labour Office shall notify all members of the International Labour Organization of the registration of all ratifications and denunciations that have been reported by members of the organization.

2. when notifying the members of the Organization of the registration of the second ratification that has been communicated, the Director-General shall draw the attention of the members of the Organization to the date on which this Convention will enter into force.

Article 16° the Director General of the International Labour Office shall communicate to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, for the purposes of registration, in accordance with article 102 of the Charter of the United Nations, complete information about all ratifications and acts of denunciation of all that have registered in accordance with the preceding articles.

Article 17° whenever it deems necessary, the Board of Directors of the International Labour Office shall present to the General Conference a report on the implementation of this Convention and shall examine the opportunity to inscribe on the agenda of the Conference the question of your total or partial review.

Article 18°


1. In the case of the Conference adopt a new Convention revising this Convention in whole or in part, and unless otherwise provided in the new Convention: a) the ratification by a member of the new Convention that make the review will result in its own right, notwithstanding article 14°, the immediate denunciation of this Convention, provided that the new Convention that carry out the review has entered into force; b) from the date of entry into force of the new Convention to carry out the review, the present Convention shall cease to be open to ratification by the members.

2. this Convention remains however in force on your form and content for those members which have ratified and which do not ratify the Convention to carry out the review.

Article 19° The English and French versions of the text of this Convention are equally authentic.

Convention 175, concerning part-time work adopted by the General Conference of the International Labour Organization at its eighty-first session, Geneva, 24 June 1994 The General Conference of the International Labour Organization. Having been convened at Geneva by the Governing Body of the International Labour Office, and having met in its 81st Session on 7 June 1994, and Noting the relevance, for part-time workers, of the provisions of the Equal Remuneration Convention, 1951, the Discrimination (Employment and Occupation) Convention, 1958, and the Workers with Family Responsibilities Convention and Recommendation, 1981, and Noting the relevance for these workers of the Employment Promotion and Protection against Unemployment Convention , 1988, and the Employment Policy (Supplementary Provisions) Recommendation, 1984, and Recognizing the importance of productive and freely chosen employment for all workers, the economic importance of part-time work, the need for employment policies to take into account the role of part-time work in facilitating additional employment opportunities, and the need to ensure protection for part-time workers in the areas of access to employment , working conditions and social security, and Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to part-time work, 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 twenty-fourth day of June of the year one thousand nine hundred and ninety-four the following Convention, which may be cited as the part-time Work Convention, 1994: Article 1 For the purposes of this Convention: a) the term "part-time worker" means an employed person whose normal hours of work are less than those of comparable full-time workers;

(b)) the normal hours of work referred to in subparagraph (a) may be calculated weekly or on average over a given period of employment;

c) the term "comparable full-time worker refers to a full-time worker who: i. has the same type of employment relationship; II. is engaged in the same or a similar type of work or occupation; and (iii). is employed in the same establishment or, when there is no comparable full-time worker in that establishment, in the same enterprise or, when there is no comparable full-time worker in that enterprise, in the same branch of activity, as the part-time worker concerned;

d) full-time workers affected by partial unemployment, that is by the collective and temporary reduction in their normal hours of work for economic, technical or structural reasons, are not considered to be part-time workers.

Article 2 This Convention does not affect more favourable price provisions applicable to part-time workers under other international labour Conventions.

Article 3 1. This Convention applies to all part-time workers, it being understood that a Member may, after consulting the representative organizations of employers and workers concerned, exclude wholly or partly from its scope particular categories of workers or of establishments when its application to them would raise particular problems of a substantial nature.

2. Each Member having ratified this Convention which avails itself of the possibility afforded in the preceding paragraph shall, in its reports on the application of the Convention under article 22 of the Constitution of the International Labour Organization, indicate any particular category of workers or of establishments thus excluded and the reasons why this exclusion was or is still judged necessary.

Article 4 Measures shall be taken to ensure that part-time workers receive the same protection as that accorded to comparable full-time workers in respect of: a) the right to organize, the right to bargain collectively and the right to act as workers representatives; b) occupational safety and health; c) discrimination in employment and occupation.

Article 5 Measures appropriate to national law and practice shall be taken to ensure that part-time workers do not, greyscale because they work part time, receive a basic wage which, calculated proportionately on an hourly, performance-related, or piece-rate basis, is lower than the basic wage of comparable full-time workers, calculated according to the same method.

Article 6 Statutory social security schemes which are based on occupational activity shall be adapted so that part-time workers enjoy conditions equivalent to those of comparable full-time workers; These conditions may be determined in proportion to hours of work, contributions or earnings, or through other methods consistent with national law and practice. Article 7 Measures shall be taken to ensure that part-time workers receive conditions equivalent to those of comparable full-time workers in the fields of: a) maternity protection; b) termination of employment; c) paid annual leave and paid public holidays; and d) sick leave, it being understood that pecuniary entitlements may be determined in proportion to hours of work or earnings.

Article 8 1. Part-time workers whose hours of work or earnings are below specified thresholds may be excluded by the Member:) from the scope of any of the statutory social security schemes referred to in Article 6, except in regard to employment injury benefits; b) from the scope of any of the measures taken in the fields covered by Article 7, except in regard to maternity protection measures other than those provided under statutory social security schemes.

2. The thresholds referred to in paragraph 1 shall be low temperatura the not to exclude an unduly large percentage of part-time workers.


3. A Member which avails itself of the possibility provided for in paragraph 1 above shall: a) periodically review the thresholds in force; b) in its reports on the application of the Convention under article 22 of the Constitution of the International Labour Organization, indicate the thresholds in force, the reasons therefor and whether consideration is being given to the progressive extension of protection to the workers excluded. 4. The most representative organizations of employers and workers shall be consulted on the establishment, review and revision of the thresholds referred to in this Article.

Article 9 1. Measures shall be taken to facilitate access to productive and freely chosen part-time work which meets the needs of both employers and workers, provided that the protection referred to in Articles 4 to 7 is ensured.

2. These measures shall include: a) the review of laws and regulations that may prevent or discourage recourse to or acceptance of part-time work; b) the use of employment services, where they exist, to identify and publicize possibilities for part-time work in their information and placement activities; c) special attention, in employment policies, to the needs and preferences of specific groups such as the unemployed, workers with family responsibilities, older workers, workers with disabilities and workers undergoing education or training.

3. These measures may also include research and dissemination of information on the degree to which part-time work responds to the economic and social aims of employers and workers.

Article 10 Where appropriate, measures shall be taken to ensure that transfer from full-time to part-time work or vice versa is voluntary, in accordance with national law and practice.

Article 11 The provisions of this Convention shall be implemented by laws or regulations, except in so far as effect is given to them by means of collective agreements or in any other manner consistent with national practice. The most representative organizations of employers and workers shall be consulted before any such laws or regulations are adopted.

Article 12 The formal ratifications of this Convention shall be communicated to the Director-General of the International Labour Office for registration.

Article 13 1. This Convention shall be binding only upon those Members of the International Labour Organization whose ratifications have been registered with the Director-General.

2. It shall come into force 12 months after the date on which the ratifications of two Members have been registered with the Director-General.

3. Thereafter, this Convention shall come into force for any Member 12 months after the date on which its ratification has been registered.

Article 14 1. A Member which has ratified this Convention may denounce it after the expiration of ten years from the date on which the Convention first comes into force, by an act communicated to the Director-General of the International Labour Office for registration. Such denunciation shall not take effect until one year after the date on which it is registered. 2. Each Member which has ratified this Convention and which does not, within the year following the expiration of the period of ten years mentioned in the preceding paragraph, exercise the right of denunciation provided for in this Article, will be bound for another period of ten years and, thereafter, may denounce this Convention at the expiration of each period of ten years under the terms provided for in this Article.

Article 15 1. The Director-General of the International Labour Office shall notify all Members of the International Labour Organization of the registration of all ratifications and denunciations communicated to him by the Members of the Organization.

2. When notifying the Members of the Organization of the registration of the second ratification communicated to him, the Director-General shall draw the attention of the Members of the Organization to the date upon which the Convention will come into force.

Article 16 The Director-General of the International Labour Office shall communicate to the Secretary General of the United Nations for registration in accordance with Article 102 of the Charter of the United Nations full particulars of all ratifications and acts of denunciations registered by him in accordance with the provisions of the preceding Articles.

Article 17 At such times as it may consider necessary, the Governing Body of the International Labour Office shall present to the General Conference a report on the working of this Convention and shall examine the desirability of placing on the agenda of the Conference the question of its revision in whole or in part.

Article 18 1. Should the Conference adopt a new Convention revising this Convention in whole or in part, then, unless the new Convention otherwise provides: a the ratification by a Member) of the new revising Convention shall ipso jure involve the immediate denunciation of this Convention, notwithstanding the provisions of Article 14 above, if and when the new revising Convention shall have come into force; b) from the date when the new revising Convention comes into force this Convention shall cease to be open to ratification by the Members.

2. This Convention shall in any case remain in force in its actual form and content for those Members which have ratified it but have not ratified the revising Convention.

Article 19 The English and French versions of the text of this Convention are equally authoritative.

The foregoing is the authentic text of the Convention adopted by the Surani General Conference of the International Labour Organization during its Eighty-first Session which was held at Geneva and declared closed the twenty-fourth day of June 1994.

In FAITH WHEREOF we have appended our signatures this twenty-fifth day of June 1994. The President of the Conference, c. d. GRAY The Director General of the International Labour Office, a. m. HANSENNE Convention 175, concernant le travail à temps parciel, adoptée par la Conférence générale de l'organisation internationale du Travail, à quatre-vingt-unième sa session, Geneva, 24 June 1994


La Conférence générale de l'organisation internationale du Travail, à Genève Convoquée par le Conseil d'administration du Bureau international du Travail et s ' étant réunie le 7 juin y 1994, en quatre-vingt-unième sa session: Notant la pertinence, pour les travailleurs à temps partiel. des dispositions de la convention sur l ' égalité de rémunération 1951, de la convention concernant la discrimination (emploi et profession), 1958, et de la convention et de la recommandation sur les travailleurs ayant des responsabilités familiales, I981; Notant la pertinence aussi pour ces travailleurs de la convention sur la promotion de l'emploi et la protection contre le chômage, 1988, et de la recommandation concernant la politique de l'emploi (dispositions complémentaires), 1984; Reconnaissant l ' importance that revêt pour l ' ensemble des travailleurs un emploi et productif librement choisi, l ' importance du travail à temps partiel pour l ' économie, la nécessité pour les politiques de l'emploi de prendre en compte le chartering by rotation system that le travail à temps partiel joue dans la création de possibilités d ' emploi et la nécessité d ' aspect assurer la protection des travailleurs à temps partiel dans les domaines de l ' accès à l'emploi , des conditions de travail et de la sécurité sociale; Après avoir décidé d ' adopter several propositions relatives au travail à temps partiel qui constitue le quatrième, question point à l'Ordre du jour de la session; Après avoir décidé that ces propositions prendraient la forme d'une convention internationale, adopt, ce vingt-quatrième jour de juin 1000 neuf cent quatre-vingt-quatorze, la convention ci-après, qui sera dénommée Convention sur le travail à temps partiel, 1994.

Article 1 la presente convention purposes Aux:) l ' expression «travailleur à temps partiel» désigne un travailleur salarié dont la durée normale du travail est inférieure à celle des travailleurs à plein temps se trouvant dans une situation comparable;

b) la durée normale du travail visée à l ' alinéa peut être calculée) 's sur une base hebdomadaire or en Middle au cours d'une during d ' emploi donnée;

c) l ' expression «travailleur à plein temps se trouvant dans une situation comparable» réfère à un travailleur himself to plein temps: i. ayant le même type of relation d ' emploi; II. effectuant le même type de travail, or un type de travail similaire, exerçant le même type or profession, or un type of profession similaire: iii. et employé dans le même établissement or, en l'absence de travailleurs à plein temps se trouvant dans une situation comparable dans cet établissement, dans la même entreprise ou, en l'absence de travailleurs à plein temps se trouvant dans une situation comparable dans cette entreprise, dans la même branche d ' activité, le travailleur à temps partiel to visé;

d) les travailleurs à plein temps en chômage partiel, c'est-à-dire affectés par une réduction temporaire de leur durée collective et normale de travail pour des raisons économiques, techniques or ne sont pas considérés structurelles, comme des travailleurs à temps partiel.

Article 2 La presente convention n affecte les dispositions applicables pas plus favorables aux travailleurs à temps partiel en vertu d'autres conventions internationales du travail. Article 3 1. La presente convention s ' applique to tous les travailleurs à temps partiel, étant entendu qu ' un Membre pourra, après consultation des organisations représentatives des employeurs et des travailleurs intéressés, exclure totalement or partiellement de son champ d ' application des catégories de travailleurs or particulières d ' établissements lorsque sa mise en oeuvre à leur égard soulève des problèmes particuliers d'une importance non négligeable.

2. Tout Membre qui ratifie la presente convention et qui prévaut de la if an Exchange possibility offerte au paragraphe doit, dans ses rapports précédent sur l ' application de la convention présentés au titre de l'article 22 de la Constitution de l'organisation internationale du Travail, indiquer toute catégorie ' particulière de travailleurs or d ' établissements ainsi les raisons pour lesquelles excludes et cette exclusion a été jugée nécessaire left or.

Article 4 Des mesures prises afin then être les travailleurs à temps partiel that reçoivent la même protection that celle dont bénéficient les travailleurs à plein temps se trouvant dans une situation comparable en ce qui concerns: a) le droit d ' organisation, le droit de négociation collective et celui d ' action en qualité de représentants des travailleurs; b) la sécurité et la santé au travail; c) la discrimination dans l'emploi et la profession.

Article 5 Des mesures appropriées à la législation et à la pratique nationales prises pour être then that les travailleurs à temps partiel ne perçoivent pas, au seul motif qu'ils travaillent à temps partiel, un salaire de base qui, calculé proportionnellement sur une base horaire, au rendement ou à la pièce, soit inférieur au salaire de base, calculé selon la même méthode des travailleurs à plein temps, se trouvant dans une situation comparable.

Article 6 Les régimes légaux de sécurité sociale qui sont liés à l'exercice d'une activité professionnelle de manière à être adaptés then ce que les travailleurs à temps partiel bénéficient de conditions équivalentes to celles des travailleurs à plein temps se trouvant dans une situation comparable; CES conditions déterminées à être temperatures or proportion de la durée du travail, des cotisations des gains or par d'autres méthodes conformant à la législation et à la pratique nationales.

Article 7 Des mesures prises afin then être les travailleurs à temps partiel that bénéficient de équivalentes à celles conditions des travailleurs à plein temps se trouvant dans une situation comparable dans les domaines suivants: a) la protection de la maternité; b) la cessation de la relation de travail; c le congé annuel peyet) et les jours fériés payés; d) le congé de maladie, étant entendu that les prestations déterminées à être temperatures or proportion pécuniaires de la durée du travail des gains.

Article 8 1. Les travailleurs à temps partiel dont la durée du travail ou les gains des seuils inférieurs sont déterminés à être par un Membre temperatures or exclusion: a) du champ d ' application de un quelconque des régimes de sécurité sociale légaux visés à l'article 6, sauf s'il s ' agit des prestations d ' accidents du travail et de maladies professionnelles; b) du champ d ' application de une quelconque des mesures adoptées dans les domaines visés à l'article 7, 1 ' exception des mesures de protection de la maternité autres qui sont celles prévues par that des régimes de sécurité sociale légaux.


2. Les seuils mentionnés au paragraphe l then être suffisamment bas pour ne pas exclure un pourcentage élevé de travailleurs indûment to temps partiel.

3. Un Membre qui se prévaut prévue au paragraphe de la an Exchange possibility l ci-dessus doit: a) revoir les seuils en vigueur périodiquement: b) préciser, dans ses rapports sur l ' application de la convention présentés au titre de l'article 22 de la Constitution de l'organisation internationale du Travail, les seuils en vigueur et leurs raisons et indiquer s'il est envisagé d ' étendre progressivement la protection aux travailleurs exclusion.

4. Les organisations représentatives des employeurs et les plus des travailleurs être consultées then au sujet de la fixation, du réexamen et de la révision des seuils visés au présent article.

Article 9 1. Des mesures prises pour faciliter l ' être then accès au travail à temps partiel et productif qui réponde aux besoins choisi librement tant des employeurs that des travailleurs sous réserve que la protection visée aux articles 4 to 7 ci-dessus soit rebellion assurée.

2. Ces mesures then comporter:) le réexamen des dispositions de la législation susceptibles d ' empêcher le recours décourager or au travail à temps partiel or 1 ' acceptation de ce type de travail; b) l ' utilisation des services de l'emploi, lorsqu ' il en exists, pour identifier les possibilités de connaître et faire à temps partiel au travail cours de leurs activités d'information et de placement; c) une attention spéciale, dans le cadre des politiques de l'emploi, aux besoins et aux préférences de groupes spécifiques tels that les chômeurs, les travailleurs ayant des responsabilités familiales, les travailleurs agés, les travailleurs handicapés et les travailleurs qui Manager or sont en formation.

3. Ces mesures peuvent comprendre des recherches et la also diffusion of informations sur la mesure dans laquelle le travail a temps partiel répond aux objectifs économiques et sociaux des employeurs et des travailleurs.

Article 10 Dans les cas appropriés, des mesures prises afin then être que le transfert d'un travail à plein temps à un travail to temps partiel, or vice versa, soit volontaire, à la législation et a highly formalised concept à la pratique nationales.

Article 11 Les dispositions de la presente convention then être mises en oeuvre par voie de législation, sauf dans la mesure où il leur est donné effet par voie de conventions collectives or par tout autre moyen à la pratique as nationale. Les organisations représentatives des employeurs et les plus des travailleurs then être consultées préalablement à adoption d'une telle législation.

Article 12 Les ratifications formelles de la presente convention seront communiquées au Directeur général du Bureau international du Travail et par lui enregistrées.

Article 13 1. La presente convention ne liera that les Members of l'organisation internationale du Travail dont la ratification aura été enregistrée par le Directeur général.

entrera en vigueur 2. Elle douze mois après that les ratifications auront été enregistrées Members of deux par le Directeur général.

3. Par la suite entrera en vigueur, cette convention paur chaque Membre douze mois après la date or sa ratification aura été enregistrée.

Article 14 1. Tout Membre ayant ratifié la convention peut la dénoncer presente à expiration d'une during dix années après la date de la mise en vigueur ' initiale dc la convention, par un acte communiqué au Directeur général du Bureau international du Travail et par lui enregistré. La dénonciation ne prendra effet qu ' une année après avoir été enregistrée.

2. Tout Membre ayant ratifié la presente convention qui, dans le délai d'une année après l ' expiration of her during dix années mentionnée au paragraphe précédent ne fera pas usage de la faculté de dénonciation prévue par le présent article sera lié () pour une nouvelle during dix années et, par la suite, pourra dénoncer la presente convention à expiration of chaque during dix années dans les conditions prévues au présent article.

Article 15 1. Le Directeur général du Bureau international du Travail à tous les notifiera Members of l'organisation internationale du Travail l enregistrement de toutes les ratifications et qui seront communiquées dénonciations lui par les Members of l ' Organisation.

2. En notifiant aux Members of l'Organisation l enregistrement de la deuxième ratification qui lui aura été communiquée, le Directeur général appellera l ' attention des Members of l'Organisation à laquelle la sur la date entrera en vigueur this convention.

Article 16 Le Directeur général du Bureau international du Travail communiquera au Secrétaire général des Nations Unies aux d enregistrement, purposes, highly formalised concept to l'article 102 de la Charte des Nations Unies, des complet au sujet de toutes supervision ratifications et de tous actes de dénonciation qu'il aura enregistrés aux précédents articles highly formalised concept.

Article 17 Chaque fois qu'il le jugera nécessaire, le Conseil d'administration du Bureau international du Travail à la Conférence générale présentera un rapport sur l ' application de la presente convention et examinera s'il y a lieu d ' inscrire à l'Ordre du jour de la Conférence la question de sa révision partielle ou totale.

Article 18 1. Au cas où la Conférence une nouvelle convention portant révision adopterait totale or partielle de la presente convention, et à moins que la nouvelle convention ne dispose autrement:) la ratification par un Membre de la nouvelle convention portant révision entrainerait de plein droit, nonobstant l'article 14 ci-dessus, dénonciation immédiate de la presente convention, sous réserve que la nouvelle convention portant révision soit entrée en vigueur; b) from la date de l ' entrée en vigueur de la nouvelle convention portant révision, la presente convention cesserait d ' être ouverte à la ratification des Members.

2. La presente convention demeurerait en tout cas en vigueur dans sa forme et teneur pour les Members qui l ' et qui auraient ratifiée ne ratifieraient pas la convention portant révision.

Article 19 Les versions française et anglaise du texte de la presente convention font also was.

Le texte qui précède est le texte authentique de la convention dûment adoptée par la Conférence générale de l'organisation internationale du Travail dans sa quatre-vingt-unième session qui s ' est tenue à Genève et qui a été déclarée close le 24 juin 1994.

EN ont apposé leurs QUOI was signatures, ce vingt-cinquième jour de juin 1994: Le Président de la Conférence, c. d. GRAY Le Directeur général du Bureau international du Travail, m. HANSENNE