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For the first time the French Supreme Court has held that delivery riders working for online delivery platforms are employees rather than self-employed workers.
A new decree published on 22 November 2018
France has increased training obligations for companies, including the obligation to hold an individual professional meeting with each employee to discuss their career evolution every two years, with sanctions for ...
In a Law on emergency economic and social measures dated 24 December 2018, the French government has unveiled a package of measures to curb the "yellow jackets" crisis after several weeks of anti-government protest. ...
The outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has sparked fears of a - now actual - worldwide pandemic. Following the World Health Organization’s declaration that this is a public health emergency of international ...
French courts have recently reaffirmed the company’s obligations towards employees hired under a working time scheme in days (forfait-jours), with costly sanctions in case of non-compliance.
Por primera vez, el Tribunal Supremo francés ha dictaminado que los repartidores que trabajan para las plataformas de entrega online son empleados y no trabajadores autónomos.
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As announced during the French presidential campaign, President Macron has introduced reforms by the end of the summer in an attempt to liberalize the French employment market and drive down unemployment.
In September 2018, employers and EU citizens welcomed the final report from the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), which sketched the outline of a future migration landscape for EU workers.