Indemnité de licenciement:

Remarks

Sec. 89 LC: Employers shall provide employees (workers) who are still working a seniority payment equal to 15 days per year of a sum of wages and other payments. Every six months, the employer shall pay the employee half of seniority bonus. If an Unfixed Duration Contract(UDC) is terminated by the employer according to the labour law, the employer is required to grant the employee/worker whose the remaining seniority period from 1 month to 6 months a seniority payment equals to 7 days of a sum of wage and other payments. In the case of labour contract is terminated by the serious misconduct of the worker/employee, the seniority payment is not granted. The employer has also to pay the seniority payment to the worker/employee if the worker is terminated for reasons of illness. The scope and form of the seniority payment’s implementation shall be determined by the Prakas of the Minister in charge of Labour.

Note that sec. 73 LC provides that at the expiration of a fixed-term contract (the end of the term or completion of the task), the employer must pay the employee severance pay which may be fixed by collective agreement but should not in any case be less than 5 per cent of the total wages paid during the length of the contract.

ancienneté ≥ 6 mois: 0.2 mois

ancienneté ≥ 9 mois: 0.2 mois

ancienneté ≥ 1 an: 0.5 mois

ancienneté ≥ 4 ans: 2 mois

ancienneté ≥ 5 ans: 2.5 mois

ancienneté ≥ 10 ans: 5 mois

ancienneté ≥ 20 ans: 6 mois

Indemnité de licenciement pour motif économique:

Remarks

No specific redundancy payment: same severance pay.
See Article 89 LC: If the worker is dismissed for a reason other than serious misconduct, the employer must pay an indemnity for dismissal. The amount of the indemnity depends upon the employee's length of continuous service:
- for employment from 6 to 12 months: 7 days wages and benefits;
- for employment over 1 year: 15 days wages and benefits for each year of employment, up to a maximum of six months' wages.
This only applies to contracts of an unspecified duration.

ancienneté ≥ 6 mois: 0.2 mois

ancienneté ≥ 9 mois: 0.2 mois

ancienneté ≥ 1 an: 0.5 mois

ancienneté ≥ 2 ans: 1 mois

ancienneté ≥ 4 ans: 2 mois

ancienneté ≥ 5 ans: 2.5 mois

ancienneté ≥ 10 ans: 5 mois

ancienneté ≥ 20 ans: 6 mois