Working Time: Focus On The Fixed Number Of Working Days Per Year ("forfait jours")
29 March 2022
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The so-called annual forfait
jours working time arrangement1 allows
the employer to derogate from the legal working time of 35 hours
per week and the payment of overtime hours.
The formalities and requirements for setting up this type of
working time arrangement as well as the obligations associated
therewith are summarized in the infographic below.
Infographic prepared in collaboration with Matthieu Blaschczyk
1. i.e., a contractual arrangement according to
which working time is counted on the basis of a fixed number of
working days per year
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about your specific circumstances.
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