​Thursday December 13th 2018 | From the public to the private sector – and back again

Published on : 22/11/2018 22 November Nov 11 2018

There is much discussion underway concerning how best to modernise the way public services are run; meanwhile, for a career to be linear is increasingly unusual.  Against that background, this breakfast briefing will deal with new forms of public-sector mobility, as the border between labour law and the law governing the civil service becomes ever-more tenuous, and notably in these areas:
  • Private to public sector
  • Public to private sector
  • Civil servants on secondment:  just a regular employee?
  • Civil servants and voluntary departure:  evolution or revolution?

Presented by Aurélie Cormier Le Goff and Stéphane Bloch, partners at FGA

The event will take place between 8:30-10:30am at Maison des Arts et Métiers (75016 Paris, Iéna Métro station) 

Click here to register


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