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Month: October 2018

Can we monitor his nanny by video surveillance? the answer of Maître Lailler on France Inter

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Can we monitor his nanny by video surveillance? Maître Lailler answers Giulia Fois’s questions in FRANCE INTER’s “Great good do you” program , devoted to relations between nannies and parents. Listen to the interview (developments related to monitoring the nanny at home, from the 38th minute). Can we monitor the nanny at home, especially by […]

Monitoring the health status of employees after the labor law: questions and answers and practical sheets from the Ministry of Labor

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The law of August 8, 2016 and the decree of December 27, 2016 have made important changes in the monitoring of employees’ health status as well as in the procedures related to the recognition of medical unfitness at work. This reform came into effect on January 1, 2017 . In an effort to raise awareness […]

Heatwave: 78% of French people think that their company is not prepared

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Heatwave: 78% of French people think that their company is not prepared  According to a study conducted by the temporary work agency Qapa.fr and the company Castalie, microfiltered water supplier, 78% of French people believe that their company is not prepared to fight against high temperatures. 65% of French people have already experienced a lot […]

Conventional break during an accident at work

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Conventional break during an accident at work Until 2014 , the Court of Cassation and several Courts of Appeal considered that during periods of suspension following an accident at work or an occupational disease, the employer could not make the employee sign a break in a common agreement of the employment contract, such a termination […]

Is freedom of expression limitless in a court?

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Can one express oneself in total freedom before a jurisdiction to defend his cause? The French Constitution does not explicitly guarantee the rights of the defense. It was the Constitutional Council which, in 1976, declared that the rights of the defense resulted from the “fundamental principles recognized by the laws of the Republic” ( decision […]

Persistent conflict between employees: the employer must react

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Persistent conflict between employees: the employer must react  A decision of the Court of Cassation of 22 June 2017 should encourage employers to be particularly vigilant when there is a situation of conflict between employees. In this case, an employee had developed an anxiety-depressive syndrome and attributed the responsibility to her employer, who had not […]

Sexual Harassment at Work: Nearly One in Three Women Victimized

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Sexual Harassment at Work According to a survey conducted by the IFOP institute for the website viehealthy.com , from 26 to 29 January 2018, among a sample of 2008 women, 32% of women have been victims of sexual harassment at work during their professional life . What are the most common behaviors? Verbal and visual […]

Long-term conditions: what are the possible arrangements for work?

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Long-term conditions: what are the possible arrangements for work? Nearly 10 million French suffer from long-term conditions (ALD). ALD is defined as diseases that require treatment or care for more than six consecutive months. There are two types of ALD: exonerating, 100% supported, and non-exonerating. The exonerating ALDs group together 30 groups of various pathologies […]