Fixed annual working time in days and part time: mastering the latest evolutions and preventing trial

Published on : 26/06/2014 26 June Jun 06 2014

Hosted by Charlotte Michaud and Cyprien Pialoux, Partners
  • Fixed annual working time in days: what are the risks? How to regularize the collective agreements and individual Fixed annual working time in days conventions? Which guarantee to provide? How to deal with the disconnections obligations?
  • Reform of part time: the principle of the minimal 24 hours duration and the possible exemptions. What are the deadlines? How to deal with the transitory period?


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