Employment Contract
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Employment Contract

DOCTRINAL BIBLIOGRAPHY FULL TEXT JURISPRUDENCE LEGISLATIVE TEXTS
EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTEMPLOYMENT CONTRACT OF THE CORPORATE OFFICER EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTINTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT
EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT (   JP JPTXT   ) Form and language of the employment contract
Fixed-term employment contracts JP Verbal CDD
CDD and resignation
Fixed-term contract before restructuring  
Requalification of a CDD into CDI
Stopping the payment of wages at the expiration of a fixed-term contract reclassified as a CDI
Employment contract of indefinite duration
JPTXT subordination link    Qualification of employment contract Contract with an artist
Employment relationship Formation of an employment relationship 
Professional equality between women and men       
Trial period
Management power of the employer
Modification of the employment contract  ( JP )   Contractual sphere and modification of the employment contract         
Promotion imposed
Workplace Mobility    
Work at home
Business use
EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT CLAUSES Mobility clause
Objectives clause
Unilateral modification clause
Remuneration modification clause
Variable compensation clause
Training disclaimer
Employment guarantee clause
Package agreement
Contractual setting of schedules
Non-competition clauses        Non-competition clause and financial compensation Non-competition    clause with the right to tax the obligation
Employer’s obligation of performance security   (article 1147 C.civ.)
Employer’s duty of loyalty
Employee loyalty obligation

EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT OBLIGATION TO LOYALTY OF EMPLOYEE TRAINING CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT               

REVIEWED DECISION (S): Cour de cassation, social chamber, January 29, 2002, Association Croix rouge française against H. et a.

AUTHOR (S):                                                 Boulmier, Daniel

REFERENCE:                                              La Semaine Juridique, Company edition, n ° 12, March 21, 2002, pp. 527-530

KEYWORDS:                                              Employment contract, association, volunteer contract, employment contract, existence, work intended to achieve the corporate purpose, lump sum reimbursement of costs incurred

If, within the framework of an association, the members of this one can carry out, under the authority of the president of the association or its delegatee, a work intended for the achievement of the social object, by not perceiving, if applicable, that the strict reimbursement of the costs incurred by them, and this without falling under the provisions of the Labor Code, the only signature of a so-called volunteering contract between an association and a person not having the status of member, does not exclude the existence of an employment contract, as long as the conditions are met.REVIEWED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Social Chamber, May 16, 2000, Société Parfums et Aesthetics v Mme Rollet, judgment number 2230 FS + P, Juris-Data number 001994

AUTHOR (S)            Boulmier, Daniel

Reference            JCP E Semaine Juridique (company edition)  , n °            36  ,            07/09/2000  , pp. 1387-1389

KEYWORDS            Employment contract, termination, letter of termination, seniority and care bonuses, salary element, salary reminder, paid vacation

REVIEWED DECISION Bourges       Court of Appeal, Social Chamber, December 10, 1999, National Veterans Office against Ms. Sellier

AUTHOR (S)            Lhernould, Jean-Philippe

Reference            JCP G Semaine Juridique (general edition)  , n °            29  ,            19/07/2000  , pp. 1191-1194

KEYWORDS            Employment contract, qualification, employment-solidarity contract, reclassification into an open-ended contract, unmet collective needs, work performance, jurisdiction of the judicial judge

REVIEWED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Social Chamber, June 29, 1999, Société Transports Fumeron v Aksan, judgment number 3379 P + B + R2, Sanchez v SA Ciberval, judgment number 3380 D

AUTHOR (S)            Deumier, Pascale

Reference            JCP E Semaine Juridique (company edition)  , n °            24  ,            06/15/2000  , pp. 954-967

KEYWORDS            Employment contract, rights and obligations of the employer, employer recommendation, binding force, road transport, staff demands, wages, recommendation, union

REVIEWED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Social Chamber, May 18, 1999, Ricarte v Société Nozal

AUTHOR (S)            Puigelier, Catherine

Reference            JCP E Legal Week (publishing company)  , No.            7  ,            17/02/2000  , pp.274-276

KEYWORDS            France, employment contract, hiring, employer’s commitment prior to hiring, failure to mention in the employment contract, scope

REVIEWED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Social Chamber, October 27, 1998, Schroeder v GIE Services for the Caisse Des Dépôts et Consignations

AUTHOR (S)            Auzero, Gilles

Reference            JCP G Semaine Juridique (general edition)  , n °            8 9  ,             24/02/1999  , pp. 428-430,             Case law, II 10 040

KEYWORDS            France, employment contract, violation of an employment guarantee clause by the employer, obligations of the employer, payment of the balance of wages remaining due until the end of the guaranteed period, Article 122-14- 5 of the Labor Code, Articles 1134 and 1142 of the Civil Code, qualification of the contract, choice of the open-ended employment contract (CDI), determination of the regime applicable to the contract, sanction, compensation, reinstatement

REVIEWED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Social Chamber, December 16, 1997, Vidonne against SARL Vision Polymères; Court of Cassation, Social Chamber, December 16, 1997, Lubrano v SA L’Hydraulique de Châteaudun

AUTHOR (S)            Corrignan-Carsin, Danielle

Reference            JCP G Legal Week (general edition)  , No.            16  ,            15/04/1998  , pp.715-718, 10064 Case

KEYWORDS            France, employment contract, termination, dismissal for economic reasons, rehiring priority, failure to mention in the dismissal letter, compensation, article L. 122-14-4 of the Labor Code

REVISED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Social Chamber, October 28, 1997, SA CIEC v Piriou

Reference            Recueil Dalloz Sirey  , n °        6  ,            05/02/1998  , pp.             57-59

Conclusions of Mr. Yves Chauvy

KEYWORDS            France, employment contract, labor law, applicable law, expatriate employee, law of autonomy, attachment, conflict of laws, attachment, French national, remuneration in French francs, French law, Rome Convention, Pakistani lawAPPEALED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Social Chamber, January 07, 1997, Damaso v Cauzettz-Reitz

AUTHOR (S)            Puigelier, Catherine

Reference            JCP G Semaine Juridique (general edition)  , n °            40  ,            01/10/1997  , pp. 457-458,            Case law number 22931

KEYWORDS            Employment contract, apparent contract, appearance, fictitious character, article 1315 of the Civil Code, burden of proof

REVISED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Social Chamber, 07 May 1996, Association for disabled adults and young people (APAJH) against Petite

AUTHOR (S)            Corrignan-Garsin, Danielle

Reference            JCP E Semaine Juridique (company edition)  , n °            49  ,             05/11/1996  , pp. 279-281,             Case law number 890

KEYWORDS            Employment contract, suspension, suspend, sabbatical leave, agreement, convention, employee, employee, opposition, employer’s rights, unilateral denunciation, refusal, abuse, article 1134 of the Civil CodeREVISED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Social Chamber, May 21, 1996, SARL Matrix phone marketing against Calandre

AUTHOR (S)            Roy-Loustaunau, Claude

Reference            JCP E Semaine Juridique (company edition)  , n °            42  ,             17/10/1996  , pp. 228-232,             Case law number 866

KEYWORDS            Employment contract, fixed term, indefinite term, article L. 122-3-1 of the Labor Code, absence, default, writing, proof, verbal contract, irrebuttable presumption, regime, condition, sanction, obligation of the employer , form of writing, mention, formality, content, motivation, transmission, deadlineREVIEWED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Social Chamber, November 7, 1995, Divoux v. Société Les Assurances de crédit

AUTHOR (S)            Petit, Bruno; Picq, Marielle

Reference            JCP E Legal Week (publishing company)  , No.            13  ,             28/03/1996  , pp.87-89,             Case No. 801

KEYWORDS            Temporary work, employment contract, nullity, article L. 124-3 of the Labor Code, restitution, nature of obligations, regime, legal framework, execution of a void contract

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