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In a reduction-in-workforce, one individual redeployment opportunity may be offered to several employees impacted

In a decision dated May 11, 2022 (n°21-15250), the French Supreme Court again held very clearly that one same individual redeployment opportunity may end up being offered to several employees impacted by a reduction-in-workforce. The Court heeded the employer’s argument, i.e., although the employer is bound to grant the employee impacted by a redundancy project …

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What are the legal requirements for making an employee redundant?

Regardless of the number of employees that are made redundant, companies must comply with a certain number of legal requirements. The following explanations do not cover the specific process for implementing a job-protection plan which will be discussed in a separate article. i.Do you need a specific ground to make an employee redundant? Each employer …

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What are the characteristics of collective redundancies in France?

What are the critical thresholds when it comes to collective redundancies? As soon as a company contemplates the termination of more than 1 employee for economic reasons, it should comply with a specific process. The scale of the project will ultimately determine which process the company must apply: If the project involves at least 10 dismissals within the …

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The equal pay principle in French law

Principle According to French Labor law, the employer must ensure equal pay for men and women when they perform the same work or work of equal value. This is a particular variation of the so-called principle of “equal pay for equal work”. This principle of equality presupposes that the various components of remuneration are established according to …

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