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The following booklet provides an in-depth look  at the fundamental labor law reform and offers you a clear, practical overview of the requirements,  regulations and key challenges through the following notable provisions :
  • Changes to negotiating collective bargaining agreements
    • Improved capacity to break with sectorial CBA’s
    • New majority rules for entering into a company collective bargaining agreement
    • Increased capacity to enter into a collective bargaining company agreements in small companies or without trade unions
    • Securization of companies’ CBA
    • Frequency and content of mandatory negotiations
  • New Staff Representative Body (CSE)
  • Dismissal
    • General rules
    • Statutory severance
    • Statute of limitations to challenge a dismissal
    • Indemnification
    • Economic dismissal
  • Collective agreements on employment
    • Agreement on Employment and Career Path Management
    • Agreements organizing collective terminations by way of agreement
    • Agreements to facilitate the company’s operation
  • Miscellaneous changes
    • Telework
    • Professional disability
    • Digital labor code

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