|Duration: 2 hours 30 mins||Price: £239 + VAT, €269 / $319|
This seminar is designed to provide an overview of the more important developments. This update will give you a comprehensive and compelling overview of developments in the French employment law, and a view on what changes may be coming.
This seminar covers:
- Assessing workplace hazards : new obligations following COVID-19
- Remote work : how to adapt to the new work environment following COVID-19
- Increased attention to gender pay gap obligations
- Increased litigation on tracking working time : obligations and pitfalls
- Common pitfalls around group equity grants in France
- Managing employees in cross boarder organisations – having proper DOAs, identifying the relevant decision makers, language requirements etc.
- Statutes of limitations : constraints of the disciplinary and litigation process
- Workplace investigations : when are they required and how to manage them
If you would like to attend this course, please call +44 (0)20 7549 2549 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer a discount when multiple bookings are made at the same time - please ask for details.
Caroline Mouriquand – Bird & Bird
Working as a bilingual associate in Bird & Bird International HR Services Group, Caroline assists clients with all issues in labour relations, both in an advisory capacity and acting in litigation.
She specialises in advising on all aspects of French employment law, with the ambition of making the ever changing legislation easy to grasp for local and international companies.
She advises companies in both individual employee matters (which covers the beginning of the employment relationship via drafting employment contracts, to the end of the relationship by assisting throughout termination processes, settlement negotiations etc.) and collective employee matters (social security audits, working time regulations, annual negotiations, elections etc.)
She also has experience in conducting training for human resources and represents companies before all types of courts in France for employment-related litigation.