Remuneration of Part-time Firefighter Calculated by Principle of Pro Rata TemporisPosted in : Commercial Law for Employers on 7 October 2022 Issues covered: Part-time worker remuneration; CJEU decision; Pro rata temporis
Key Issues: Social Policy - Principle of pro rata temporis
Case: Ville de Mons, Zone de secours Hainaut-Centre v RM
Reference: Case C-377/21, CJEU (Seventh Chamber), 7 July 2022
Legislation: Directive 97/81/EC
During the period from 1 January 1982 to 31 July 2002, RM was recruited as a volunteer firefighter by the City of Mouscron (Belgium). During that period, he worked as a heavy goods vehicle driver under private sector employment contracts from 30 July
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