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Originally posted by Lysergic
thats a craptastic law they want anyone under the age of 26 canbe fired for any reason until they've been working there for 2 years...
and thats suppose to allievate the unemployment?
Either party may end the relationship without prior notice, but neither party may breach contracts. Employers cannot violate state or Federal laws, and generally cannot rightfully terminate employees who refuse to do something that is contrary to public policy and sound morality, such as breaking the law.
Originally posted by LeftBehind
Was the previous law in france garuanteed employment for two years?
Originally posted by djohnsto77
France is really going downhill fast. This is the second significant riot situation in just a few months.
Is a complete social and economic collapse on the horizon there?
Originally posted by nukunuku
i can totally understand where they are coming from. They are bound to be employed for a minimum wage, then dumped after 2 years and employee can hire some rookie again, milk him, dump him, then next, and next....Its a steady practice here in Slovenia, you get hired, then you get fired before employee is obligated to give you full benefits etc.