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Employers and employees in France are required to enter into a written employment contract that outlines the terms and conditions of the employment relationship. The contract must include information about the job duties, salary, and duration of the employment.
The standard workweek in France is 35 hours, and employees are entitled to at least one day off per week. Overtime is generally paid at a higher rate, and there are limits on the amount of overtime that an employee can be required to work.
Employees in France are entitled to a minimum of five weeks of paid vacation per year, as well as a number of other paid holidays. In addition, employees are entitled to paid leave for certain events, such as the birth of a child or the illness of a family member.
Health and safety
Employers in France are required to provide a safe and healthy working environment for their employees, and must take steps to prevent accidents and injuries on the job.
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Doctor of Laws from Panthéon-Assas University, Maître Yann-Maël LARHER did his thesis on digital relations and holds both a master’s degree in social law and a master’s degree in media management.
Through a combined practice of digital law and social networks, Maître Yann-Mael Larher offers solutions combining legal imperatives and operational pragmatism.