6. The written employment contract must contain
(1) the duration of the contract, the place where the foreign national will be employed, a description of the duties, hourly wage, work schedule, vacation and holidays;
(2) where applicable, the deadlines to be met with respect to a notice of termination or resignation, the social benefits offered, such as a health and hospital insurance plan or a retirement savings plan, the conditions relating to lodging offered by the employer and the terms of payment, by the employer, of round-trip transportation expenses between the country of origin and the work place of the foreign national;
(3) a provision under which the standards established in the Act respecting labour standards (chapter N-1.1) relating to the terms of payment of the wage, the computing of overtime, meal periods, statutory general holidays, absences and leave for family or parental matters, absences owing to sickness, an accident or a criminal offence, indemnities and recourses under that Act apply to the foreign national to the extent provided for in that Act; (4) an undertaking on the part of the employer to pay the contributions necessary for the employee to benefit from the protection under the Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases (chapter A-3.001) to the extent provided by that Act.