|Gross hourly wage
|Gross monthly wage, for 35h per week
Therefore, all persons being paid on the basis of the indexed minimum wage will have their salary subsequently increased, including Europeans posted workers.
Article L313-10 of the Code for Entry and Residence of Foreigners and Right of Asylum (=CESEDA) sets out that employees on assignment, in order to obtain work authorization, must be paid 1.5 X gross indexed minimum wage.
Hence an increase of the minimum salary paid to employee on assignment. They will have to be paid more than € 2,199.93 monthly gross salary (instead of € 2,186.28 since the 1st of January 2015).
When an employer requests a work permit for a non-European citizen, the company has to pay a fee to the French Immigration Office (OFII).
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