Social Law Blog

The Social Law Blog, as its name indicates, is dedicated to labor law and social security law. This blog was created in 2013, targeting human resources managers, HR directors, and business owners. That’s why the author frequently uses a direct style of writing to address these specific readers.

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The company rules and regulations

The company rules and regulations are a unilateral regulatory act of private law (n°87-42.396), issued by the employer, which applies to all employees of the company, whether they were hired before or after its entry into force. 1/ Companies subject to the obligation...

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In general, the articles written on the Social Law Blog do not claim to offer a detailed legal analysis. They also do not aim to provide exhaustive coverage of the topics discussed. However, the articles go beyond simple descriptions or popularization of current events or legal themes, and the legal interpretations and explanations provided are precise and accurate. Furthermore, the legal author consistently seeks to highlight the connection between labor law and the life of companies, enabling human resources managers, HR directors, and business owners to adapt their practices or anticipate certain risks. Lastly, this blog does not express political opinions. Any critiques expressed occasionally are the author’s personal views and do not have any political or advocacy objectives.