THIS EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT (HEREINAFTER “THE CONTRACT") HAS BEEN ENTERED INTO ON THE DAY, MONTH AND YEAR STATED BELOW BY AND BETWEEN
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Represented by statutory representative guardian , with permanent address with registered office at , date of birth
(hereinafter referred to as the “Employee” )
Place of business:
(hereinafter referred to as the " Employer “)
( and Employer hereinafter jointly referred to as the "Parties" and individually as the "Party")
THE PARTIES AGREE AS FOLLOWS:
Type of Work
Place of Work
The employment hereunder commences on the date specified in Paragraph 3.1 of this Agreement.
The Parties have agreed have not agreed on a trial period for the Employee of days weeks months starting on the commencement date stipulated in Paragraph 3.1 of this Agreement.
The trial period does not run as long as impediments to work on the Employee’s part last 4.1 .
Either the Employee or the Employer may terminate the employment during the trial period on any grounds or without stating the grounds for termination.
The notice of termination during the trial period must be delivered to the other Party usually not later than three days before the employment ceases to exist; the failure to observe the time limit does not render the termination of employment during the trial period unlawful.
Term of Employment
The Employee agrees to go on business trips to perform work tasks of the Employer.
The Employee is entitled to a salary for the work done. The salary includes the base salary, premiums, compensation of salary and other salary items, if any, as defined in the internal salary rules of the Employer.
The salary under Paragraph 7.2 hereof is a salary determined by time worked.
The Parties agree that the Employer will will not give his Employee a compensatory time-off instead of the overtime work premium. The Employer and the Employee agree that the Employer shall give such compensatory time-off within days weeks months after the Work performance.
The Parties agree that the Employer will will not provide the Employee with premiums for working on public holidays in addition to regular salary , in the amount of % of average salary. The Employee is not entitled to compensatory time-off for working on public holidays.
For night work the Employee is entitled to the regular salary and a premium in the minimum amount of % of his average salary.
For working on Saturdays and Sundays the Employee is entitled to the regular salary and a premium in the minimum amount of % of average salary.
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Using Employer’s Property
In relation to the employment the Employee may use the following Employer’s property.
a company car;
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The rules for using the above property and/or equipment and the method of payment for the costs incurred in relation to the use are defined in an internal regulation of the Employer.
The salary is payable on day of the month following the month for which the salary is paid; if such a day falls on a day off, it is paid on the next working day.
The total annual leave entitlement of the Employee is day(s) week(s) in one calendar year.
The time when the Employee takes the annual leave will be determined by the Employer.
The notice period starts running on the first day of the calendar month following the receipt of the notice and terminates on the last day of the respective calendar month.
The Parties agree that as part of his or her work for the Employer, i.e. to complete the Employee’s tasks, the Employee will create copyright works (hereinafter the “Work for Hire”). The Employer exercises Employee’s property rights related to the Works for Hire in its own name and on its own behalf.
The Employee hereby consents to the fact that the Employer may assign the right to exercise the property copyright rights to the Works for Hire to any third party designated by the Employer.
The Employee hereby consents to the fact that such a third party may further assign the right to exercise the property copyright rights to the Works for Hire to other third parties and such third parties may assign the rights further without any limitation.
The Employer is not obliged to exercise the property rights to the Works for Hire and is not obliged to provide the Employee with a license to the Work for Hire.
The Employee hereby consents to the fact that the Employer may publish, modify, process or translate the Work for Hire, may merge it with other works, include it in an anthology and further consents to the fact that the Employer may publically present the Work for Hire under its business name or any other designation determined by the Employer.
The Employee hereby consents to the fact that the Employer may complete an unfinished Work for Hire.
The Parties expressly agree that with respect to the Works for Hire the Employee is not entitled to any additional remuneration under Section 58 (6) of the Copyright Act.
The termination of the Employee’s employment with the Employer is without prejudice to the provisions of this Article.
Other Activities of Profit of the Employee
In addition to the standard employment hereunder, the Employee may only engage in activities of profit identical with the objects of the Employer with express prior written consent of the Employer.
Details of Employment
The Employer hereby informs the Employee in accordance with Section 37 (1) of Act No. 262/2006 Sb., the Labour Code, as amended, that:
The Employer is a party is not a party to the following collective agreement or a higher-rank collective agreement:
It is undisputed between the Parties that this Contract includes information on all rights and obligations arising from employment that the Employee is to be acquainted with under Section 37 (1) of Act No. 262/2006 Sb., the Labour Code, as amended.
The Employee agrees to refrain from disclosing or using any information, including information of trade and/or production value, that he or she has learnt in connection with the employment with the Employer; the non-disclosure obligations of the Employee include, without limitation, refraining from disclosing, or using (i) any such information contained in any contract or agreement that the Employer has entered into, (ii) database of the clients of the Employer, or their contact details, (iii) pricing policy of the Employer, (iv) marketing policy of the Employer, (v) information about any existing contracts and contractors of the Employer, (vi) operation principles of the business of the Employer, (vii) strategic decisions and business plans of the Employer (hereinafter only “Confidential Information”).
The non-disclosure obligation under Article 15 hereof shall apply, except when (i) the other Party has granted its prior written consent with such disclosure or use of the Confidential Information; (ii) legislation or a public authority requires them to disclose or use the Confidential Information; (iii) such disclosure or use of the Confidential Information is necessary for complying with the instructions of the Employer and/or (iv) it has been permitted under any contract or agreement made by and between the Parties.
The Confidential Information does not include any information that is publicly available at the time of its disclosure or use.
The Employee hereby grants an express consent to the Employer with processing of his or her personal data under Act No. 101/2000 Sb., on personal data protection, as amended, to make the performance hereof possible as well as for internal use by the Employer. The Employer may process the personal data by electronic means making it possible to store personal data in electronic databases and to process such data by software used by the Employer and/or persons that carry out the internal administration of the Employer’s business. As part of the above consent the Employee expressly authorizes the Employer to transfer his or her personal data to persons that carry out the internal administration of the Employer’s business including, without limitation, providers of accounting, legal and financial services.
At the time of the execution hereof, the Employee is insured by a medical insurance company providing statutory medical insurance under a special law or regulation, namely the Employee is insured by the following medical insurance company Všeobecná zdravotní pojišťovna ČR - 111 Vojenská zdravotní pojišťovna ČR - 201 Česká průmyslová zdravotní pojišťovna ČR - 205 Oborová zdravotní poj. zam. bank, poj. a stav. - 207 Zaměstnanecká pojišťovna Škoda - 209 Zdravotní pojišťovna ministerstva vnitra ČR - 211 Revírní bratrská pokladna, zdrav. pojišťovna - 213 If the medical insurance company is changed, the Employee must notify the Employer thereof without undue delay.
This Contract is governed by the laws of the Czech Republic, namely Section 33 et seq. of Act No. 262/2006, the Labour Code, as amended.
Unless the context indicates otherwise in the Agreement, references to a singular form also include the plural and vice versa; references to a specific gender also include the other genders. Headings are used for convenience only and they do not affect the interpretation of the Contract.
Any unenforceable or invalid provisions contained herein do not affect the enforceability or validity of the remainder of the provisions hereof, unless the nature of such a provision or its content implies that it is not severable from the remaining contents of the Contract.
This Contract constitutes an entire agreement between the Parties in relation to the subject-matter hereof and it supersedes any previous arrangements in respect of the subject-matter hereof.
This Contract may be modified by written amendments executed by both Parties.
This Contract has been drawn up in two counterparts. Each Party will receive one counterpart hereof.
Each Party will bear its own costs incurred as a result of entering into this Contract.
This Contract comes into force and effect upon its execution by both Parties.
The PParties have read the Contract, they agree with its contents and declare that it has been entered into freely.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF THE PARTIES AFFIX THEIR RESPECTIVE SIGNATURES