How is working time calculated?
Article L3121-27 of the Code of work fix the duration legal of work full-time at 35 hours/week, which amounts to 151.67 hours/month. To arrive at 151.67 hours/month, it suffices to apply the method of calculation period: (35 hours x 52 weeks) /12 months = 151.67 hours.
the employment contract exists from the moment a person (the employee) undertakes to work, for remuneration, on behalf of and under the direction of another person (theemployer). Most often, the employment contract must be written.
(35 hours x 52 weeks) / 12 months = 151,67 hours.
The salary coefficient in the employment contract In an employment contract (CDD or CDI), an employee has a salary coefficient which determines his status as well as his salary grid. The salary coefficient is also a mandatory element that must appear on the pay slip and on the employee’s employment contract.
The coefficient and the classification are essential elements of the employment contract. They aim to determine the status of an employee as well as his salary scale within a company. They both appear on the employee’s payslip.
In an employment contract, MONEY is generally TIME. There are also other forms of wages, in specific professions, such as piecework wages, task wages, performance bonuses or tips.
He will therefore receive a gross hourly salary of xxx € (which is also called the HOURLY RATE) or a gross monthly salary of xxx € (ie the HOURLY RATE X 151.67 H)”. Can we provide for anything other than the legal duration? So there, know that labor law is full of possibilities in this area! Enough to write several volumes.