The ordinances reforming the French labor law were published on 23 September 2017.
The purpose of these ordinances is to simplify the daily relationship between employer and employees within companies, as promised by Emmanuel Macron when he was campaigning to become President.
You will find below some of the main changes brought by this reform of the French labor law. TELEWORKING It is now possible to implement teleworking by way of a collective agreement or, in the absence
The European Parliament has adopted a non-legislative Resolution on the state of play of the Brexit negotiations with the UK. The Resolution notes that the European Parliament believes that sufficient progress has not yet been made on the three key issues of citizens' rights, the UK's financial settlement, and the Republic of Ireland/Northern Ireland border. An EU-27 European Council summit on 19 and 20 October is scheduled to assess progress in the Brexit negotiations. The E
The Data Protection Bill, which will replace the Data Protection Act 1998, had its first reading in the House of Lords on 13 September 2017.The Data Protection Bill is intended to ensure that UK and EU data protection regimes are aligned post-Brexit. The aim is to demonstrate that the UK is an adequate jurisdiction for EU data and so achieve uninterrupted data flows once the UK has left the EU The Bill will evolve into the Data Protection Act 2018. How will the UK’s data prot