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Employment Contracts

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Chapter Summary

This chapter contains thirteen articles on employment contracts. The presented articles are: definition of employment contract, probationary period, employee's warranty of skills, employee's duty of fidelity, employer's duty to pay remuneration, exclusivity of employment contract, protection of employee's safety, respect of employee's human dignity and religious faith, employee's personal injury, prohibition of the employee's performance deposit and guarantee for others, notice of termination of contract, contract termination fee, duty of confidentiality after termination of contract and application of laws. An employment contract refers to a contract by which the employee undertakes to do work for the employer and the employer undertakes to pay remuneration therefore. The employment contract shall not require that the employee pay a performance deposit, nor shall it require that the employee provide a guarantee for the debt owed by a third person to the employer.

Keywords: employer; employment contracts



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