Latin Legal Terms

De die in Diem

De die in Diem – in practice this Latin term applies in the Employment Law. There it details a situation, where the worker has been paid for their labor work at the end of each working day, instead of every two weeks or monthly. This situation usually refers to the cash workers, hired only on temporary job, because for big companies with hundreds of workers, it is not technically possible to pay all of them daily.

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