giustificatezza del licenziamento

French translation: le bien-fondé

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Italian term or phrase:giustificatezza
French translation:le bien-fondé
Entered by: Jean-Marie Le Ray

12:57 Sep 18, 2015
Italian to French translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Human Resources
Italian term or phrase: giustificatezza del licenziamento
da testo riguardante un licenziamento di dirigente:

"la nozione di giustificatezza del licenziamento non coincide con quella di giusta causa o di giustificato motivo ma è molto più ampia, e si estende fino a includere qualsiasi motivo di recesso che ne escluda l'arbitrarietà"

da tradurre in francese
Roberta P.
Local time: 05:59
bien-fondé
Explanation:
une idée :)

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Note added at 23 minutes (2015-09-18 13:21:07 GMT)
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on peut très bien substantiver et utiliser "le bien-fondé", c'est courant en FR :)
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Jean-Marie Le Ray
France
Local time: 05:59
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bien-fondé


Explanation:
une idée :)

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Note added at 23 minutes (2015-09-18 13:21:07 GMT)
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on peut très bien substantiver et utiliser "le bien-fondé", c'est courant en FR :)

Jean-Marie Le Ray
France
Local time: 05:59
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Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in category: 16
Notes to answerer
Asker: Le terme "giustificatezza" va être présent dans plusieurs phrases dans le texte, par exemple : "il requisito della giustificatezza" ou "la giustificatezza ha valore di..." dans ce cas je me trouve en difficulté à utiliser la traduction "bien-fondé" qui c'est par contre parfait comme adjectif, il me faudrait plutôt un substantif


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  beatricesther
4 mins

agree  enrico paoletti
14 mins

agree  Silvana Pagani: également d'accord pour "le bien-fondé" et pour Roberta P. : parfois il faut tourner les phrases :-)
1 hr

agree  Orlea
1 hr

agree  Béatrice Sylvie Lajoie: Bonjour Jean-Marie. Pour Roberta P. "bien-fondé" est un substantif et non un adjectif
3 hrs

agree  Chéli Rioboo
19 hrs

agree  Nathalie Doudet
2 days 20 hrs
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