Private sector employment contracts
In the private sector, the contract can take 3 different forms. In principle, it is open-ended but, in some cases limited by law, it can be fixed-term (a term is provided). The law also provides for the possibility of concluding mission contracts in the context of the interim. Each form of contract is governed by specific rules.
Indefinite Contract (CDI)
Fixed-Term Contract (DDC)
- Can an employer hire on a fixed-term contract (LTD)?
- What is a non-competition clause?
- Moving: does an employee have to follow his company?
- Do we have to meet a waiting time between 2 CDDs?
- How long is the trial period of a (acting) mission contract?
- Usual or acting CSD: in which sectors can it be used?
- Suspension of employment contract: does the employee have any obligations?
- What is a mobility clause?
- What are the consequences of changing the employee's workplace?
- Can a protected employee's employment contract be changed?
- What is safe voluntary mobility?
- What is the intermittent CDI (CDII or CD2I)?
- What is the construction or operation contract?
- In which cases is a CDD being upgraded to CDI?
- Is the employment contract mandatory?
- Can an employer object to an employee being seated?
- What is a defined object CDD (or mission CDD)?
- Suspension of employment contract: what are the rights of the employee?
- What is a non-term CSD?
- What is an Interim CDI?