Alexandra Stocki authored “France’s strike laws – and how employers can respond” in IEL (International Employment Lawyer). We invite you to read the full chapter here.
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Béatrice Pola authored “France’s journey to workplace gender equality” in IEL (International Employment Lawyer). We invite you to read the full chapter here.
The UK Government has published a policy paper entitled ‘Smarter Regulation to Grow the Economy’ (10 May 2023) that outlines a series of upcoming employment related regulatory reforms designed, in part, to take advantage of the UK’s post-Brexit regulatory freedom.…
Alexandra Stocki authored an article titled “Council of State’s redundancy plan ruling problematic for French employers” in IEL (International Employment Lawyer).
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In this new age of accountability, organizations around the globe are having to navigate a patchwork of new laws designed to protect those who expose corporate misconduct. IEL’s Guide to Whistleblowing examines what constitutes a protective disclosure, the scope of…
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…