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The worker guidebook

Your obligations

  • Presence and punctuality: you should respect the company’s timetable.
  • Respect of the company’s rules.
  • MI remains your employer even if you are not physically present or working in our offices. Thus, you must notify MI of any absence or accident (92.05.28.11) as well as the company where you work

Payment:  

It will be established in relation with the weekly time sheets filled by the company where you work and with the basic salary negotiated at the beginning of the assignment.

The salaries are paid every month with the possibility of having a deposit every Friday starting at 1 :30 in the afternoon when you hand in the weekly worksheet.

The paychecks are printed every month and the amount of the salary is transferred to your bank account the 8th of the following month at the latest.

At the end of your assignment, around the 10th of the following month, you will receive:

  • Your last paycheck
  • An end of assignment indemnity (except if you decide to end your contract)
  • An indemnity to compensate paid leave, 10% of the total gross remuneration
  • A work certificate
  • The ASSEDIC documents

Keep your paychecks; they will help you getting help from social organizations.

Social coverage:

Like any worker, you are enabled to welfare benefit from the Monegasque C.C.S.S.

C.C.S.S.

11 rue Louis Notari

MC 98000 MONACO

www.caisses-sociales.mc

You will be taken charge of after working 120 hours in one month or 200 hours in a trimester.

The registration at the professional coverage organizations such as the “caisse de congés payés du bâtiment” is also possible in relation with your qualifications.

In addition, we will be with you throughout your assignment.

Do not hesitate to contact us whenever you need to:

M.I. Fontvieille: 00.377.92.05.28.11

M.I. Services: 00.377.97.70.86.66 or 00.377.97.77.15.68