Bill to adapt the Labor Code to European Union law | Changes to the 2017 « Macron » ordinances

Published on : 10/01/2023 10 January Jan 01 2023

Bill to adapt the Labor Code to European Union law

A bill adopted on the 24th of November 2022, by the Council of Ministers aims to incorporate into French law two European directives of 2019. These changes should deal with: 

- employment contract formalism (information to be sent to the employee within a certain timeframe), 

- information on open-ended contract positions to be filled, at the request of an employee with a fixed-term contract or assignment contract who has been with the company for at least six months,

- the maximum duration of managers’ trial period, 

- the extension of guarantees in the context of family leave (severance pay calculation for a part-time employee on parental leave in particular). 

Changes to the 2017 « Macron » ordinances

The 2017 ordinances made sweeping changes to French labor law. An evaluation of this reform has been carried out and adjustments are being considered by the Labor Minister, particularly with regards to how “social dialogue” with staff representatives or unions may be improved. The Minister announced that discussions will take place in the upcoming weeks.



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