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|French to English translations [PRO]|
Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general)
|French term or phrase: salariés employés régulièrement|
|Is the equivalent in this context "permanent employees" (as opposed to contractors)?|
From an affidavit:
Certifie que le travail entrepris dans le cadre de la mission de prestation de service telle que définie dans le contrat liant la société CLIENT A à la société *** sera réalisé avec des salariés employés régulièrement et conformément à toutes dispositions légales en matière du Droit du Travail.
|lawfully employed staff|
I think régulièrement means duly and properly here (with proper employment contracts), so in compliance with the law. I have definitely come across this meaning before in similar contexts (French employment law). You could also turn this round, giving "using individuals who are lawfully employed, in compliance with ..."
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|Thank you. I think this expresses the legal context that the source text is referring to. |
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