cas de recours (temporary employment)

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Ruby1987

New Member
English - UK
Hello,

Can anyone help me understand "cas de recours" please, in the context of temporary employment. A French colleague monitors all of our temporary employment (recording hours worked, night premiums, meal allowances etc) but I do not fully understand whether cas de recours simply means "reason for position vacancy" or if it has something to do with refunds/inconsistencies in the hours worked and the hours invoiced.

Merci beaucoup.
 
  • Michelvar

    Quasimodo
    French / France
    Hi,

    in France, temporary employment is not the normal position for someone, the law gives a list of cases for being allowed to use that sort of contract. Those cases are called "cas de recours".

    For example you can use temporary employment to replace someone who is pregnant during pregnancy vacations. But you can't use temporary employment just to be able to fire people more easily.
     
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    Ruby1987

    New Member
    English - UK
    Michelvar, thank you so much. That has helped to clarify that I will translate it as "vacancy reason" for my purposes.

    Thank you :)
     
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