Contrat à Durée Determinée: French legal equivalent of a temporary employment contract, concluded directly between the employer and an employee. Legally, a CDD does not differ a lot from a contract for a temporary worker hired through a temporary agency, except that the latter requires three participants: the user company, the temporary agency and the temporary worker. In practice, CDDs are often used for longer assignments.

Source: Staffing Industry Analysts

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