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Cambodia - Types of employment contracts


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Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 68 LC: the probationary period cannot exceed three months for regular employees, two months for specialized workers and one month for non specialized workers.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • See Art. 66 and 67 LC.
      No limitation on the reasons for concluding a FTC. However there are some procedural requirements: a FTC must be in writing. If not, it becomes a contract of indeterminate duration.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • Art. 67, 5) LC: it can be renewed one or more times, as long as the renewal does not exceed the max. duration of 2 years.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 24 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art 67, 8) LC, confirmed by the Arbitration Council: if the initial FDC plus any extensions exceed two years, the contract automatically becomes a contract of indefinite duration.
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Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 68 LC: the probationary period cannot exceed three months for regular employees, two months for specialized workers and one month for non specialized workers.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • See Art. 66 and 67 LC.
      No limitation on the reasons for concluding a FTC. However there are some procedural requirements: a FTC must be in writing. If not, it becomes a contract of indeterminate duration.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • Art. 67, 5) LC: it can be renewed one or more times, as long as the renewal does not exceed the max. duration of 2 years.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 24 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art 67, 8) LC, confirmed by the Arbitration Council: if the initial FDC plus any extensions exceed two years, the contract automatically becomes a contract of indefinite duration.
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 68 LC: the probationary period cannot exceed three months for regular employees, two months for specialized workers and one month for non specialized workers.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • See Art. 66 and 67 LC.
      No limitation on the reasons for concluding a FTC. However there are some procedural requirements: a FTC must be in writing. If not, it becomes a contract of indeterminate duration.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • Art. 67, 5) LC: it can be renewed one or more times, as long as the renewal does not exceed the max. duration of 2 years.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 24 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art 67, 8) LC, confirmed by the Arbitration Council: if the initial FDC plus any extensions exceed two years, the contract automatically becomes a contract of indefinite duration.
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 68 LC: the probationary period cannot exceed three months for regular employees, two months for specialized workers and one month for non specialized workers.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • See Art. 66 and 67 LC.
      No limitation on the reasons for concluding a FTC. However there are some procedural requirements: a FTC must be in writing. If not, it becomes a contract of indeterminate duration.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • Art. 67, 5) LC: it can be renewed one or more times, as long as the renewal does not exceed the max. duration of 2 years.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 24 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art 67, 8) LC, confirmed by the Arbitration Council: if the initial FDC plus any extensions exceed two years, the contract automatically becomes a contract of indefinite duration.
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 68 LC: the probationary period cannot exceed three months for regular employees, two months for specialized workers and one month for non specialized workers.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • See Art. 66 and 67 LC.
      No limitation on the reasons for concluding a FTC. However there are some procedural requirements: a FTC must be in writing. If not, it becomes a contract of indeterminate duration.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • Art. 67, 5) LC: it can be renewed one or more times, as long as the renewal does not exceed the max. duration of 2 years.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 24 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art 67, 8) LC, confirmed by the Arbitration Council: if the initial FDC plus any extensions exceed two years, the contract automatically becomes a contract of indefinite duration.
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 68 LC: the probationary period cannot exceed three months for regular employees, two months for specialized workers and one month for non specialized workers.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • See Art. 66 and 67 LC.
      No limitation on the reasons for concluding a FTC. However there are some procedural requirements: a FTC must be in writing. If not, it becomes a contract of indeterminate duration.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • Art. 67, 5) LC: it can be renewed one or more times, as long as the renewal does not exceed the max. duration of 2 years.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 24 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art 67, 8) LC, confirmed by the Arbitration Council: if the initial FDC plus any extensions exceed two years, the contract automatically becomes a contract of indefinite duration.
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 68 LC: the probationary period cannot exceed three months for regular employees, two months for specialized workers and one month for non specialized workers.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • See Art. 66 and 67 LC.
      No limitation on the reasons for concluding a FTC. However there are some procedural requirements: a FTC must be in writing. If not, it becomes a contract of indeterminate duration.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • Art. 67, 5) LC: it can be renewed one or more times, as long as the renewal does not exceed the max. duration of 2 years.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 24 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art 67, 8) LC, confirmed by the Arbitration Council: if the initial FDC plus any extensions exceed two years, the contract automatically becomes a contract of indefinite duration.
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 68 LC: the probationary period cannot exceed three months for regular employees, two months for specialized workers and one month for non specialized workers.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • See Art. 66 and 67 LC.
      No limitation on the reasons for concluding a FTC. However there are some procedural requirements: a FTC must be in writing. If not, it becomes a contract of indeterminate duration.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • Art. 67, 5) LC: it can be renewed one or more times, as long as the renewal does not exceed the max. duration of 2 years.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 24 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art 67, 8) LC, confirmed by the Arbitration Council: if the initial FDC plus any extensions exceed two years, the contract automatically becomes a contract of indefinite duration.
+ show references

Maximum probationary (trial) period: 3 month(s)

Remarks:
  • Art. 68 LC: the probationary period cannot exceed three months for regular employees, two months for specialized workers and one month for non specialized workers.

Fixed term contract (FTC):
  • FTC regulated: Yes
  • Valid reasons for FTC use: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • See Art. 66 and 67 LC.
      No limitation on the reasons for concluding a FTC. However there are some procedural requirements: a FTC must be in writing. If not, it becomes a contract of indeterminate duration.
  • Maximum number of successive FTCs: no limitation
    Remarks:
    • Art. 67, 5) LC: it can be renewed one or more times, as long as the renewal does not exceed the max. duration of 2 years.
  • Maximum cumulative duration of successive FTCs: 24 month(s)
    Remarks:
    • Art 67, 8) LC, confirmed by the Arbitration Council: if the initial FDC plus any extensions exceed two years, the contract automatically becomes a contract of indefinite duration.