Organization of working time


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The proof of overtime

Employees regularly seek payment for allegedly worked overtime before labor courts. These actions raise two major questions: the proof of hours worked and the quantification of the volume of hours worked. However, by a decision of March 18, 2020 (18-10.919), the Court...

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