pacto de permanencia

08:44 Mar 29, 2007
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents - Human Resources / Estatuto de los trabajadores
Spanish term or phrase: pacto de permanencia
I'm translating the provisions set forth in an empployment contract and I'm having difficulty with the expression "pacto de permanencia" I thought of saying: non-separation agreement or open-end contract.
Is there any place where I could find the Spanish Worker's Statute translated? Find below context regarding this question:

Por tanto, para que fuese válida una estipulación contractual con dicho carácter sería necesario que la misma reuniese la naturaleza de pacto de permanencia.
A este respecto el artículo 21.4 del Estatuto de los Trabajadores regula el establecimiento de estos pactos para el caso de que el trabajador reciba una especializaron con cargo a la empresa estableciendo que "El acuerdo no será de duración superior a dos años y se formalizará siempre por escrito. Si el trabajador abandona el trabajo antes del plazo, el empresario tendrá derecho a una indemnización de daños y perjuicios."

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permanence agreement

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permanence agreement can be. included as a clause in an. employment contract. ... The permanence agreement acts as. a voluntary limitation on the ... - Resultado Suplementario - Páginas similares

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minimum employment commitment agreement

This refers to the employee's commitment to staying with the company for a minimum period (minimum employment commitment agreement)

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