Description of node <http://id.insee.fr/concepts/definition/c2014/definition/v3/en>

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http://id.insee.fr/concepts/definition/c2014/definition/v3/en http://rdf-vocabulary.ddialliance.org/xkos#plainText The Employment Initiative Contract (CIE), initially created in 1995 (when it superseded the Return to Employment Contract) is a market-sector employment contract the purpose of which is to encourage the recruitment of persons in difficulty on the employment market by reducing the cost of labour. The Employment Initiative Contract is an open-ended or fixed-term (up to 24 months) full-time or part-time contract. To gain access to the employment incentives, companies sign a contract with Pôle Emploi.The Employment Initiative Contract underwent a thorough reform in the social cohesion law of 18 January 2005, and we therefore refer to the "old" and "new" Employment Initiative Contract. Initially targeting long-term unemployed persons, the Employment Initiative Contract now targets persons without employment, whether registered with Pôle Emploi or not, who are encountering social and professional difficulties in gaining access to employment.Henceforth, signature of an Employment Initiative Contract entitles the employer to financial aid intended to cover part of the cost of the contract it has signed and, where applicable, of the training and professional support provided by the contract. The amount of this aid is determined by a ruling of the Regional Prefect. Under no circumstances may the proportion borne by the State exceed 47% of the gross hourly minimum wage, subject to a limit of a working week of 35 hours.
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http://id.insee.fr/concepts/definition/c2014/definition/v3/en http://eurovoc.europa.eu/schema#noteLiteral <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><p>The Employment Initiative Contract (CIE), initially created in 1995 (when it superseded the Return to Employment Contract) is a market-sector employment contract the purpose of which is to encourage the recruitment of persons in difficulty on the employment market by reducing the cost of labour. The Employment Initiative Contract is an open-ended or fixed-term (up to 24 months) full-time or part-time contract. To gain access to the employment incentives, companies sign a contract with Pôle Emploi.</p><p>The Employment Initiative Contract underwent a thorough reform in the social cohesion law of 18 January 2005, and we therefore refer to the "old" and "new" Employment Initiative Contract. Initially targeting long-term unemployed persons, the Employment Initiative Contract now targets persons without employment, whether registered with Pôle Emploi or not, who are encountering social and professional difficulties in gaining access to employment.</p><p>Henceforth, signature of an Employment Initiative Contract entitles the employer to financial aid intended to cover part of the cost of the contract it has signed and, where applicable, of the training and professional support provided by the contract. The amount of this aid is determined by a ruling of the Regional Prefect. Under no circumstances may the proportion borne by the State exceed 47% of the gross hourly minimum wage, subject to a limit of a working week of 35 hours.</p></div>
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