Ultimately, all parties have recognized the need to “prevent, minimize and treat loss and damage,” but in particular any mention of indemnification or liability is excluded.  The Convention also adopts the Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage, an institution that will attempt to answer questions relating to the classification, management and sharing of responsibilities in the event of loss.  Other dismissal procedures are: dismissal (a worker must demonstrate a clear and clear willingness to dismiss); Retirement (at the initiative of the worker before the age of 70 or at the initiative of the employer after the 70th birthday of the employee) or mutual dismissal (contractual termination) which is an agreement between the two parties and that the dismissal is subject to the authorization of the labour inspectorate. The quality of each country on track to meet its obligations under the Paris Agreement can be continuously monitored online (via the Climate Action Tracker and the Climate Clock). Health insurance (national health insurance), unless a sectoral collective agreement obliges the employer to pay The statutory minimum wage (SMIC) is adjusted each year on 1 January of each year by the government on the basis of non-binding advice from a group of independent experts and after formal consultation with the social partners. It is indexed to inflation (excluding tobacco) for households that are among the lowest disposable income quitiles. Added to this is half of the growth in the purchasing power of the average hourly wage for manual and non-manual workers. If inflation exceeds 2% during the year, the SMIC will be automatically adjusted. In addition, the government may decide at any time to increase the minimum wage beyond the calculated rate. It is forbidden to pay workers below the legal minimum wage, although sectoral collective agreements keep agreed minimum wages below the legal minimum wage.
The SMIC covers all employees, with the exception of young workers in training or on a state-subsidised employment contract, who receive a reduced minimum wage. Contract of sale (also known as a “unilateral preliminary contract”), the owner has agreed with the potential buyer (known as the beneficiary) to sell him his property at the set price. This results in an exclusive “option” for a limited time (usually two to three months). Since 2016, a restructuring of sectoral collective agreements has been underway, initiated by the publication of a decree setting out the restructuring procedure. The aim is to reduce the current number of 700 agencies to around 200 over a three-year period. The 2017 labour law reform accelerated this process with the aim of reaching a hundred branches and allowing the Minister of Labour to bring together sectors from 10 August 2018 instead of 10 August 2019. . .