Duty of obedience to the instructions of the employer as part of the execution of the work

An employee is under a duty of obedience towards their employer corollary to the legal subordination of the employee, which means that the employer can issue (mandatory) directives to frame the work of the employee. However, the employer cannot issue directives which are contrary to the employment contract, the law, or public order.

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