When does this essential feature of a new vision not exist? The already existing obligations in the field of employment by agreement depend to a large part on the law of the State. Generally speaking, employment after authorization allows the employer to levitate the employee forever, or even for no reason (as long as the reason is not explicitly illegal, if it does not exist) and allows the worker to resign for any reason whatsoever. There is no obligation to maintain employment in the future. Therefore, when an employee requests a salary increase, there is no problem of compensation, because the worker is not legally required to continue working. If an employer demands a reduction in wages, there is also no contractual problem with the counterparty, because the employer has no legal obligation to continue to employ the employee. its entry into the initial contract, already concluded (or “used”) at the time of the next engagement. . . .