15 2: TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT 2.1 EMPLOI STATUT As required, an employee is informed by the company of his or her employment base, i.e. full-time, part-time, part-time or part-time. 2.2 QUALIFYING PERIOD A full-time or part-time employee is subject to a 6-month commitment period pursuant to the FAIR labour act PROOF OF AGE Depending on an employee`s obligation, he or she must present, if necessary, an extract from his or her birth certificate or other official certificate, for example. B passport, driver`s license. 2.4 FULL TIME EMPLOI Means a weekly worker who works 152 hours on a 4-week cycle The daily minimum is 4 hours The maximum daily wager is 9 hours (without food breaks), provided that: a worker can work up to 10.5 hours per day per week or 3 days in two weeks depending on the sub-clauses and that the maximum number of departures in a week is 5, unless an employee works 6 days, according to the sub-clause, i.e. 6/4 rollout the hourly rate is equal to the weekly rate shared by a worker who is not used for more than one obligation per day. 2.5 PART-TIME EMPLOYEES A part-time officer may be responsible for working a regular number of workboards up to a maximum of 20 days per 4-week cycle, with a maximum of 38 hours over a week of service. These hours must not be less than 40 hours per 4-week cycle or more than 144 hours per four-week cycle Part-time work may, by mutual agreement, be as much as 48 hours per week during the most important operating periods of December, January and the week following Easter Sunday; Before overtime, provided that the worker does not exceed 144 hours in his four-week cycle, in accordance with the minimum daily wage under-clause of 3 hours Maximum daily use is 9 hours (without food breaks), provided that a worker is allowed to work up to 10.5 hours per day per week or 3 days in two weeks according to the sub-clause and that the maximum number of departures in a week is 5, unless a worker works 6 days, that is, according to the sub-clause.