|Since 01.01.2014||From 01.01.2015|
|Gross hourly wage||€ 9.53||€ 9.61|
|Gross monthly wage, for 35h per week||€ 1,445.38||€ 1,457.52|
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 € 2186.28 monthly gross salary (instead of € 2168.07 since the 1st of January 2014).
What consequences for the companies?
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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