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Remuneration for Transactions Agreement

The employer can pay an additional remuneration to the employee for contracts concluded between the employer and a third party. For example, if the employee contributed to concluding the contract. Such an agreement must contain conditions for paying remuneration, including payment occasions and calculation principles.

In general, the employee is entitled for this remuneration starting from the moment when the employer has fulfilled their contractual obligations to the third party. If parties have agreed on a later payment time, the employee has a right to demand a fair prepayment. The employee is also automatically entitled for the remuneration if the third party has fulfilled their contractual obligations to the employer and if the contract between the employer and the third party is not fulfilled at the employer’s fault. If the contract is not fulfilled on a reason not depending on the employer, like when the third party changes their mind, the employee is not entitled for the remuneration.

Remuneration for transactions is calculated based on the due amount. For example, the employee and employer could agree that the employee gets 10% from the amount paid by the employer’s customer. When there is no agreement regarding the remuneration size, the regular local fee or sensible fee is regarded as the remuneration size.

Remuneration for transactions is calculated on a monthly basis and the employer is obliged to present the corresponding calculations to the employee at the end of the month, at the latest. The calculations must contain the remuneration amount and allocation argumentation.

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