International Labor and Employment Law

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More Countries Consider Implementing a “Right to Disconnect”

As we move into 2019, it is worth checking in on the “right to disconnect,” a French employment right that now has been adopted or proposed in multiple other countries. Basis of the Right We live in a hyper-connected world, and more and more companies now provide laptops and cell phones with the expectation that … Continue Reading

About the National Agreement Reached by Unions in France: Is French Labor Law Becoming More Flexible? Is the French Labor Code Revolutionized?

Over the past 2 years, several European countries, like Spain or the UK, have decided to simplify and lighten their labor and employment regulations to enable their companies to compete with emerging markets and to face the economic crisis. In France, the Government has opted not to unilaterally modify the law but to give the employees’ and … Continue Reading
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