Labor remuneration
LexInter | October 13, 2009 | 0 Comments


Remuneration is the consideration payable by the employer for the work provided by the employee .

The employer is free to set the remuneration for work, subject to the minimum wage, but he must respect a certain number of principles, such as the absence of discrimination.

The remuneration can be fixed or variable. If it is independent of the number of hours worked, it is a fixed price agreement.

This mainly concerns the salary, but also various additional compensations: bonuses, profit-sharing and participation.


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