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Does the employee receive the precarious pay at the end of an employment contract?

Verified 02 July 2021 - Legal and Administrative Information Directorate (Prime Minister)

At the end of CDD: titleContent, the employee shall receive a precarious pay (equal to 10% of the total gross remuneration paid during the contract), except in certain cases.

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CDD

The precarious bonus is paid except gross of the employee, early termination of the contract at the employee's initiative or refusal to CDI: titleContent.

Interim contract

The precarious bonus is paid except gross employee or refusal to CDI: titleContent.

Professionalisation contract

The precarious bonus is not paid.

However, the premium may be paid in the presence of collective agreement more favourable.

Single Insertion Contract (UC) - Skills Employment Course (CSP)

The precarious bonus is not paid.

However, the premium may be paid in the presence of collective agreement more favourable.

Job Accompanying Contract (EAC)

The precarious bonus is not paid.

However, the premium may be paid in the presence of collective agreement more favourable.

Learning contract

The precarious bonus is not paid.

However, the premium may be paid in the presence of collective agreement more favourable.

User Agreement

The precarious bonus is not paid.

However, the premium may be paid in the presence of collective agreement more favourable.

Student contract (during school holidays)

The precarious bonus is not paid.

Seasonal contract (agriculture)

The precarious bonus is not paid.

However, the premium may be paid in the presence of collective agreement more favourable.