Full-time indefinite-term contract




The permanent employment contract (CDI) is a contract by which an employer hires an employee for an indefinite period. It can be oral or written. Nevertheless, since the employer is obliged to inform the employee in writing of the essential conditions of the CDI, it is strongly advised to provide for the drafting of a work contract. The CDI must include a number of clauses such as the date of hiring, the definition of the duties performed, the mention of the applicable collective agreement, the remuneration, the place of work, the duration or the hours of work, the duration of the contract. the probationary period and the notice period, the supplementary social protection scheme. During the probationary period of the permanent contract, both the employer and the employee may terminate the employment relationship at any time. At the end of the probationary period, the permanent contract may also be terminated at any time, on the initiative of one or both of the parties to the contract, subject to observing the clauses provided by labor law. In particular, the employer must justify a real and serious cause to break the contract on permanent contract.


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