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Labour Law I Contract 

A transaction after a con- ventional termination is valid when it occurs after the approval and does not solve a dispute related to the termination of the emplo- yment contract.

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Labour Law I Dismissal

When an employee has been declared permanently unfit to perform his duties by the Labor Medical Adviser, the employers must also offer temporarily vacant positions before dismissing him.

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Debt I Interest

The sanction of disqua-lification of interests must be deterrent for the lender.

In other words, the loss to the lender must be significant.

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In addition to the basic contractual clauses, an employer may want to include particular clauses to protect his own interests as much as possible.

 

We advise the client as to which clauses are most appropriate based on the client’s situation and requests; and we draft any contractual clauses that are necessary for the protection of our client’s interests, among which are the following:

 

NONCOMPETITION CLAUSE

The purpose of a noncompetition clause is to prohibit the employee, after termination of his employment contract, from working for a competing company or engaging in any manner whatsoever in a business that competes with that of his former employer.

 

CONFIDENTIALITY CLAUSE

A confidentiality clause may be included in an employment contract

Its purpose is to prohibit the employee from disclosing confidential information acquired during the course of his employment.

 

MOBILITY CLAUSE

A mobility clause enables the employer, for reasons related to the company’s needs, to transfer an employee to another facility during the course of his employment.

 

EXCLUSIVITY CLAUSE

An exclusivity clause prohibits the employee from engaging in any other professional activity during performance of the employment contract.

The obligation of honesty and fidelity contracted by the employee prohibits him from simultaneously being in the service of two competing employers.