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Looking Forward | Bill For Workers On Digital Platforms
bill currently under discussion provides for transparency obligations for mobility platforms (ie those providing transport services with vehicles with drivers
France
8 Aug 2019
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Recent Case Law | Challenges To The Mandatory Indemnity Scale For Unfair Dismissals
One of the Macron ordinances of September 2017 set up a compensation scheme in the event of dismissal without a real and serious cause
France
8 Aug 2019
3
New Legislation | In Brief: The Government Announces Its Plans For The Second Half Of Its Term
Doing business in France requires keeping up to speed with the quickly evolving and growing legislation. Whether it's Labor Law, Tax, Social Security, or other
France
8 Aug 2019
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Do's & Don'ts | This Month: Working Time
French law provides for a standard legal working time of 35 hours per week. This can be impractical for many employers.
France
8 Aug 2019
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Looking Forward | Newly Validated: The Law On Business Secrets
The new French law on the protection of business secrets has been approved. While providing protection for companies, it also provides for exceptions to business secrecy, particularly for staff...
France
25 Oct 2018
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Recent Case Law | Non-Compete Clauses In Groups: A Surprising Decision From The Supreme Court
A recent ruling from the French supreme court has brought some clarification of the fate of a non-compete clause of an employee transferred to another company in the same group.
France
25 Oct 2018
7
Do's & Don'ts | This Month: Lump Sum Agreements In Days
The lump sum agreement in days, known as "forfait jours", allows for high level executive employees ("cadres") to work without counting their workhours.
France
24 Oct 2018
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New Legislation | In Brief: The Right To Error
The French government just passed a law that changes the rules for companies that make a first time mistake in good faith concerning an administrative obligation
France
24 Oct 2018
9
New Legislation | In Depth Look: The Loi Pacte And Its Effect On Company Staff Thresholds
After reforming French labour law, President Macron's government speeds ahead with new bills to help favour economic development and modernization of the French system.
France
24 Oct 2018
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Latest Case Law | Company Groups : The Tort Responsibility Of The Parent Company Can Be Engaged
The principle of co-employment, which makes it possible to trace the financial obligations of the contractual employer to the co-employer, is less and less recognized by the Court of Cassation.
France
21 Sep 2018
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Impending Change Of Legislation | Upcoming Reform On Headcount Threshholds : Passing A Threashhold Will Only Have Consequences After Five Years
A bill to be debated in Parliament in the fall plans to reform the impact of crossingheadcount thresholds.
France
21 Sep 2018
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New Measures To Prevent Sexual Harassment
These provisions will come into force on a date set by a decree that is yet to be published, and no later than January 1, 2019.
France
21 Sep 2018
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Meal-Allowances Need Not Be Worked Into The Calculations For Holiday-Pay
Meal-Allowances Need Not Be Worked Into The Calculations For Holiday-Pay
France
20 Sep 2018
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The Dismissal Of The Director Of A Subsidiary By The Director Of The Parent Company Is Valid
Who holds the authority to dismiss someone in a company in France ? The French Labor Code designates the employer, ie the legal representative of the legal entity, in practice, an employee who has been delegated the power to dismiss.
France
19 Sep 2018
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Looking Forward | Loi Pacte: Making French Business Great Again
Next step is the Loi Pacte, intended to help companies innovate, evolve, grow, and create new jobs.
France
18 Jul 2018
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Recent Case Law | Supreme Court To Workers: Your Commute Isn't Work
The decision raised many an eyebrow to the extent that French law provides for exactly the opposite rule.
France
18 Jul 2018
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New Legislation | In Brief: France Aims For Gender Equality In The Work Place
After consulting the social partners on issues of equal pay and gender violence at work, the government has outlined fifteen corrective measures.
France
17 Jul 2018
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Do's & Don'ts | This Month: Reducing Headcounts: The RCC Guidebook
This new system clearly comes with advantages but must be carefully carried out in order to not jeopardize the entire operation.
France
17 Jul 2018
20
A Part Time Employee's Working Time Cannot Vary Greatly Over The Course Of The Year In The Absence Of An Agreement
When the employee works part-time, their contract must mention the weekly or monthly work duration, as well as the distribution of this duration between the days of the week or the weeks of the month.
France
21 May 2018
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