What is the difference between consolidated employees and contract employees ?
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By the phraseology of the query, strictly speaking, there cannot be any comparison between the two as the former refers to the method of payment of wages/salary while the latter refers to the nature of employment. Irrespective of the nature of employment i.e regular or contractual, an employee may be paid wages/salary on consolidated basis depending on the terms of employment or the terms of the contract as the case be respectively.
The noteworthy feature of such a method of payment by consolidated amount is that the entire sum has to be taken into account for determination of indirect employment benefits like bonus, gratuity etc.
The Consolidated Employment Contract (CEC), created in 1992, is a part-time employment contract (generally for 30 hours a week) for a 12-month fixed term, renewable up to a maximum of five years. It may be signed by local authorities, public institutions and associations. The employee's salary is partly covered by the State. It is intended for persons in difficulty on the employment market, in particular those who have benefited from several Employment Solidarity Contracts and have not found a job at the end of them.
The Consolidated Employment Contract was abolished by the law of 18 January 2005 on Programming for Social Cohesion. The said law created new contracts intended for persons encountering particular difficulties in gaining access to employment: the Employment Support Contract and the Future Contract for the non-market sector. Consolidated employment contracts that are already underway continue to be subject to the same rules until their term.
An employee who works under contract for an employer. A contract employee is hired for a specific job at a specific rate of pay. A contract employee does not become a regular addition to the staff and is not considered a permanent employee.
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