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Serious or serious misconduct committed during notice: what consequences?

Verified 02 October 2019 - Directorate for Legal and Administrative Information (Prime Minister)

Serious misconduct:

Failure to fulfill the employee's obligations, which makes it impossible to keep him in the company

Heavy fault:

Employee's action with intent to harm the employer

Serious or serious misconduct committed by the employee during a notice period (for resignation or dismissal) allows the employer to interrupt him before his termination.

The employer must then respect the disciplinary procedure..

Employee takes notice

If the employee works during the notice period, the fault committed does not allow him to collect the compensation for the period of notice remaining to be carried out.

Legal compensation (or conventional, if more favorable) dismissal and vacation pay remain due to the employee.

The employee is exempted from the obligation to give notice

Advance notice compensation the employee remains committed if serious or serious misconduct is discovered while the employee is exempted from notice.

Legal compensation (or conventional, if more favorable) dismissal and vacation pay remain due to the employee.