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Compte tenu des conséquences économiques de la propagation de l'épidémie de Covid-19, un projet de décret prévoit de favoriser et de faciliter le recours à l'activité partielle.
Soulier Avocats
Because of the economic consequences associated with the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, a draft Decree encourages and facilitates the use of the partial activity scheme.
Gowling WLG
Teleworking is the prescribed rule for all job positions that allow working from home until further notice.
Ius Laboris
The French Government announced wide-ranging containment measures for Covid-19 on 16 March 2020.
Gowling WLG
Companies must find a delicate balance between prevention, the obligation to protect the health of their employees and the need to keep their business running.
Hogan Lovells
Everyone is involved in limiting the spread of this new coronavirus, and the efforts of employers must be combined with those of employees.
Dentons
Employers have a safety obligation towards their employees; Article L 4121-1 of the Labour Code provides that they must take the necessary measures to protect the physical health of...
Ius Laboris
The highest court in France has reclassified the relationship between Uber and one of its drivers as an employment contract, because the driver was not free to set rates, build up a customer...
Mayer Brown
The ruling of the Cour de Cassation (the French civil and criminal Supreme Court) was very much expected on a Uber case regarding a self-employed driver claiming re-characterization of his...
August Debouzy
L'employeur a une obligation générale de sécurité vis-à-vis de ses salariés, pour cela il prend les mesures nécessaires ...
August Debouzy
Employers have a general safety obligation vis-à-vis their employees, requiring them to take the necessary steps to ensure their workers' safety and to protect their physical and mental health.
Ius Laboris
A new year always brings its share of new developments in labour law. This article sets out five key new provisions from 1 January 2020 that employers in France need to know about.
DLA Piper
The liberalization of the French employment framework has been accelerating with the evolution and the digitalization of the economy and especially with the labor reforms of 2016/2017.
Ius Laboris
A video in which employees of the French company ‘le Slip Français' were shown behaving offensively at a private party raises questions about how and whether employers can discipline ...
Ius Laboris
How should employers respond to the coronavirus outbreak in France?
Soulier Avocats
The recent Panama Papers and LuxLeaks scandals have illustrated the urgent need to establish legislation to protect whistleblowers, as their revelations have raised awareness of the serious breaches of EU law –
Soulier Avocats
Les récents scandales des Panama Papers et des LuxLeaks ont illustré l'impérieuse nécessité d'établir une législation protectrice des lanceurs d'alerte tant leurs révélations ont provoqué une prise de conscience ...
August Debouzy
Le 5 décembre 2019, le Tribunal de grande instance de Paris a rendu ...
Joffe & Associés
Mettre en place un relevé déclaratif, selon une périodicité mensuelle.
Joffe & Associés
It is therefore highly recommended to remain very cautious in the use and implementation of days-per-year schemes.
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