Article 25 of the Federal Labour Law (Employment Contracts)
A contract is always presumed at any level of employment when there is a labour relationship. Article 25 of the Federal Labour Law provides a list of basic information that should be included within an employment contract. The general rule is that all contracts are of an indefinite duration; although temporary employment is allowed where the nature of the employment justifies a time constraint or where another employee is temporarily replaced. Contracts may also be time limited where they are associated with a specific project with a defined termination date.