“A review of labour & employment law in 2016”, by Joël Grangé

Published on : 18/05/2016 18 May May 05 2016

French employment law has been the subject of many changes under François Hollande’s government. In 2015, the Macron Law and the Rebsamen Law aimed at strengthening France’s economic growth and streamlined dialogue between social partners, respectively. In 2016, a draft law seeking to further reform employment law has been introduced by Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri and is currently subject to heated debates within parliament. These reforms constitute part of the more general trend in recent years to increase flexibility in the French labour market, while also strengthening France’s competitiveness and attracting foreign businesses. Published in Who’s Who Legal: France 2016 Read more


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