London: 10th October 2017
London: 5th April 2018
Price: £550 + VAT
If your organisation is, or is likely to, set up operations in France then you must ensure that you have an appreciation of key French employment laws as well as reliable information on employment conditions, policies and procedures.
Led by experts, this interactive seminar provides an overview of the French employment law scene and highlights how employment law in France differs from other countries.
“ Very good and very informative ”
Andreas Teschl, Route Director, Norfolkline
“ Thought provoking and very useful ”
Elaine Mahoney, HR Manager, Amlin
“ Excellent overview ”
Shauna Dunn, Manager, HR (EMEA), Guardell
“ A very good learning experience ”
Janis Jones, HR Manager, Aga Rangemaster
“ Very worthwhile & informative, an extremely practical, valuable day. Thank you! ”
Sally Howard, HR Business Partner, A4e Ltd
“ Fulfilled course objectives – exactly what I was looking for. The trainer was excellent – very engaging & maintained interest throughout seminar. ”
Victoria Lefevre, Human Resources Manager, Argo International
“ Very well administered and delivered relevant and applicable seminar ”
Richard Harvey, Managing Partner, Harvey Camford LLP
“ It was really informative; a good balance of technical/legal framework and practical advice ”
Jane Wood, HR Manager, Multipacking Solutions
“ Really great content, organisation and delivery of the course. Was a great day and really valuable. ”
Catt Lloyd, Group HR Manager, Ren Skincare
Registration and coffee
An overview of the employment law framework in France
Hiring employees in France – what are the key issues to consider?
Employment tribunals and the courts
What’s on the horizon?
Questions and answers
End of seminar
I am a Partner at Baker & McKenzie SCP in Paris and head its Employment group made up of 18 practitioners. I work closely with the 240 employment law specialists throughout Baker & McKenzie`s European offices. I'm active in all areas of French employment law and in particular issues relating to mergers and acquisitions, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and individual and collective dismissals. I am Franco-American.
Denise will be leading the 13th April event with Nadège.
I am a senior associate in the employment group of Baker & McKenzie in Paris, a group I have been with since 2001. I assist clients in the management of their general employment issues, both individual and collective. I assist companies in various areas ranging from employment agreements, working time regulations, settlement agreements, individual dismissals and collective redundancies. I also assists multi-national companies with the coordination of international projects. I have a Masters of Administration in Professional Relations (University of Warwick, 2001) and a European Masters in Labor Law and Professional Relations (Law School of Toulouse, 2001).
Nadège will be leading the 13th April event with Denise.
Nathalie is an experienced employment lawyer with a clear international and client focused vision. She is a Counsel in the International HR Services Group based in France.
Nathalie advises international corporations in both individual and collective French employment law matters, such as contracts of employment and internal regulations, termination procedures, post-termination obligations and business protection, as well as compensation schemes.
Nathalie regularly advises on international mobility, transfers of employees, corporate transactions and restructuring plans, including cross border matters. She assists clients before French courts in litigation related to employment issues.
She was admitted to the Lyon Bar in 2004 and joined Bird and Bird in 2009. She holds a French postgraduate diploma in business and employment law (DESS-DJCE) and obtained a Master of Trilingual Business Lawyer qualification (JTA), after spending a year in Berlin (Germany).
A French and English native speaker, she is also fluent in German.
I am a dual-qualified employment lawyer with extensive experience in the French and European aspects of individual and collective employment matters. I am a Senior Associate in the Employment Group based in France.
I work extensively with international companies conducting business in France, in particular on French employment issues relating to corporate transactions and cross border projects. I have experience coordinating Europe-wide restructuring plans, and regularly work on multi-jurisdictional compliance requirements relating to the harmonisation of codes of conduct, policies and general employment terms and conditions.
In addition to collective employment law matters, including collective dismissals, outsourcing operations and employee transfers, I work on aspects of individual employment relations including individual dismissals, employment contracts, compensation plans, employee invention assignments, and the protection of confidential information and Trade Secrets.
I first joined Bird and Bird in 2006. I hold an LL.B in English and French laws and a diploma in French law. I am admitted to practise in New York and was admitted to the Bar in France in 2009.
A native English speaker, I also speak fluent French.
Directors, HR and personnel professionals, lawyers, in-house legal counsel, line managers with responsibility for staff in France
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