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Month: September 2018

Criticizing your company on social networks can lead to dismissal

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Criticizing your company on social networks can lead to dismissal Some sites offer employees to rate the company that employs them. This practice, inspired by Anglo-Saxon sites, is not without risk for the employee because if freedom of expression is a protected freedom, its abuse can lead to sanctions or even dismissal. This was decided […]

The representative employers and unions of organizations

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 What are the representative employers and unions o organizations? Two decrees published on June 30, 2017 in the official journal list the representative employers ‘and unions’ organizations for the next four years . Representative employers’ organizations at national and interprofessional level: – the Mouvement des entreprises de France (MEDEF); – the Confederation of Small and […]

Can a cashier be fired for stale foods?

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Can a cashier be fired for stale foods? A cashier at a Lille supermarket was dismissed last month for serious misconduct after taking “five loaves, two baguettes and two slippers” from the store. ” On May 6, I left the store at the end of my service. I closed the store with the security guard. […]

Certification pole employment

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Certification pole employment: mandatory regardless of the reason for rupture In a decision of March 15, 2017 , the Court of Cassation recalls that the employer must issue to the employee, at the time of expiration or termination of the employment contract, certificates and justifications that allow him to exercise his rights to services mentioned […]

Paying late wages is illegal and exposes the employer to sanctions

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Paying late wages is illegal and exposes the employer to sanctions “My employer rules me when he wants”; “I receive my salary some months on the 1st, other months on the 5th or the 10th”; “My boss just told me that he will pay me part of my salary at the end of the month […]