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Fabien Pomart

Member of the Paris Bar

7 August 2020

Covid-19: Optimizing the long-term management of the crisis thanks to the collective performance agreement

The French government immediately responded to the health crisis created by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic through situational tools that helped companies quickly handle this exceptional worldwide crisis.
Together, these instruments have enabled many companies to swiftly adapt to the crisis. They also made it possible to maintain employment and, more generally, to protect businesses.

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4 May 2020

National lockdown-exit protocol for businesses

The national lockdown exit protocol intended for employers has just been published by the Ministry of Labor.

Its objectives: to help and support companies, whatever their size, activity or geographical location, to resume their business operations while ensuring the protection of their employees’ health through the application of universal rules.

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29 April 2020

Covid-19 and Telework: Reminder of the obligations imposed on businesses

Given the unprecedented health crisis that we are currently experiencing, one of the key measures imposed by the Government to contain the Covid-19 epidemic is the massive and imperative use of telework for all types of employment positions that allow it.

The legal framework for telework has become considerably more flexible in recent years to support the development of this work arrangement in France.

However, although the use of telework has been significantly streamlined, the employer remains subject to specific obligations that must be complied with.

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23 March 2020

Covid-19: Update on the latest measures relating to partial activity (short-time work)

Partial activity (also referred to as short-time work) allows the employer to reduce the working time of his employees or to temporarily close his establishment or part of it in order to maintain employment, and to compensate in part for the loss of remuneration suffered by employees as a result of the unworked hours. Because of the economic consequences associated with the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, a draft Decree encourages and facilitates the use of the partial activity scheme.

Soulier Avocats provides an update on the latest measures in the form of a Q/A.

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