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Environmental issues in labor law – climate law and resilience
The Climate and Resilience Act of August 22, 2021 came into force after its publication in the Official Journal on August 24, 2021. It reinforces environmental issues in labor law by "officially" integrating them into the labor code, particularly in terms of the...
Economic redundancy: consultation of elected representatives is essential
In a decision rendered on October 17, 2018 (n° 17-14.392), the Court of Cassation affirms that in the context of an economic dismissal, the absence of staff representation necessarily causes prejudice to the employee dismissed for economic reasons. The Court of Appeal...
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