Tuesday March 19th 2019 | Criminal labour law prosecutions: dealing with the risk - What's at stake for employers ?

Published on : 25/02/2019 25 février Fév. 2019
Increased powers granted the Labour Inspector, lengthier limitation periods, tighter cooperation between the prosecuting authorities, all this calls for acquiring a good grasp of the risks in criminal labour law matters. A criminal enquiry means crisis-management. The stakes are high both in financial and individual terms.

The breakfast briefing will cover:
  • the main offences in criminal labour law. 
  • increased powers granted the Labour Inspector: from monitoring to sanctions.
  • the main stages in a criminal enquiry: how to deal with this? 
  • liability for natural persons and legal entities: protecting executives; validity of a delegation of authority.
  • types of prosecution; their impact depending on the criminal record.
With our partners Corinne Potier and Emmanuel Raynaud.

8.30 to 10.30am | Maison des Arts et Métiers - 9bis avenue d'Iéna, 75016 Paris, Iéna Underground station.


Free admission, subject to availability.

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