JORF n ° 1, January 1, 2002 page 45 text no. 30 ORDER order of December 28, 2001, made pursuant to article R. 812 - 8 of the labour code and fixing the flat-rate calculation bases of contributions and social security contributions owed by employers using job simplified NOR title: ELI MESS0124506A: http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2001/12/28/MESS0124506A/jo/texte the Minister of employment and solidarity and the Secretary of State to the overseas Because of the labour code, and in particular articles L. 812 - 1 and R. 812 - 1 to R. 812 - 13;
See the opinion of the Board of Directors of the Central Agency of the social security institutions as of December 21, 2001, stop: Article 1 the flat bases provided for in article R. 812 - 8 of the labour code are attached, for each hour of work, at the rate of the minimum wage growth for businesses, employers and bodies referred to in article L. 131 - 2 of the same code and for private employers, to 45% of this rate schedule in the Department of Réunion, and 80% in the departments of Guadeloupe, French Guiana and Martinique and in the territorial community of St. Pierre and Miquelon.
The 45% rate applicable to the Department of the meeting will be increased progressively in increments of five points on July 1 of each year, starting in 2003, until the rate reaches 80%.
Article 2 for the purposes of the foregoing, the rate of the minimum wage to consider is that in force at the starting date of the period of employment of the employee.
Article 3 the contributions and social contributions for employment of employees are calculated by applying the rate of common law to the flat plate attached to article 1.
Article 4 the Director of social security and the Director of economic, social and Cultural Affairs at the Ministry of the Interior (Overseas) are loaded, each which is concerned, of the execution of this order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.
Done at Paris, on 28 December 2001.
The Minister of employment and solidarity, for the Minister and by delegation: by the Director of the social security prevention: the Assistant Director for the financing of social security, j.. Rey the Secretary of State to the overseas, for Secretary of State, and by delegation: the economic, social and Cultural Affairs Director of the overseas, Mr. Vizy