Term of Labor Contracts for Director/General Director under the Enterprise Law and the Labor Law
August 25, 2020 Labor & Employment
The 2014 Enterprise Law provides the terms of office for Directors/General Directors shall not exceed a maximum of 05 years. Concurrently, the 2012 Labor Code provides definite-term labor contract (with a maximum term of up to 36 months) and indefinite-term labor contract. If an employee is recruited to hold these titles, what is the suitable type of labor contract? What if the enterprise appoints an employee working under an indefinite-term labor contract at a different title as the Director/General Director? This insight presents our legal view on confusion caused by these laws.
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Authors: Stephen Le
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