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The Long-Awaited Decisions of the Social Chamber on the Macron Scale Have Just Been Rendered

The Social Chamber of the Court of Cassation today issued two long-awaited decisions on the compensation scale currently applicable in the event of dismissal without real and serious cause. The so-called “Macron Scale” is the result of an ordinance of 22 September 2017 (No. 2017-1387) and appears in Article L. 1235-3 of the Labour Code. It … Continue Reading

New Ways of Working

Beatrice Pola and Alexandra Stocki are contributing authors to IEL’s (International Employment Law) “New Ways of Working” resource page that explores and keeps track of key legal and compliance considerations for multinational employers as new ways of working become increasingly embedded as the pandemic begins to recede. On the France-specific page, Beatrice, Alexandra and Rachida … Continue Reading

Why the EU Commission’s Gig Economy Proposals Will Not Meet French Expectations

Alexandra Stocki, French & EU Employment Group partner, recently published an article titled “Why the EU Commission’s Gig Economy Proposals Will Not Meet French Expectations” in IEL (International Employment Lawyer). This article discusses a draft proposal directive which aims to improve working conditions in platform (contractual/gig economy) work. This proposed directive would ensure that people have … Continue Reading

Five Questions for Employers to Ask Before Metaverse Working

Alexandra Stocki, French & EU Employment Group partner, recently published an article titled “Five Questions for Employers to Ask Before Metaverse Working” in IEL (International Employment Lawyer). This article addresses work performed within the metaverse (Mark Zuckerberg’s “embodied version of the internet”) and the evolving employment related legal concerns. To access the full article, please … Continue Reading

The French Government Responds to COVID-19

COVID-19 Q&A Partial unemployment Confronted with the outbreak of the COVID-19, in order to avoid massive contract termination, employers rely on the possibility to use the French partial unemployment scheme. Please note that the hereunder information is likely to be amended and adapted in accordance with current legislative and regulatory developments. Partial unemployment scheme Question … Continue Reading
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