How to Make the Employee’s Right to Disconnect in France a Reality?
It is our pleasure to invite you to a breakfast workshop addressing the new right of employees in France to ‘disconnect’ which came into effect on January 1st, 2017.
This workshop will address the Legal Right to Disconnect, Challenges for Employers, the Obligation to Negotiate and much more.
HOW TO MAKE THE EMPLOYEE’S RIGHT TO DISCONNECT IN FRANCE A REALITY?
This workshop will address:
- The Right to Disconnect:
How to define it? How new is this disconnection right?
- The Challenges for Employers:
How to deal with employees needing more flexibility? How to tailor this obligation in an
international environment? Which incidence it has on companies’ liability regarding psychosocial
- The Obligation to Negotiate:
For whom? Under which head (annual mandatory negotiation)? What to do in the absence of
negotiation? What form for this obligation: collective Agreement, policy, internal rules? What
sanctions in case of failure?
- Specific Cases:
What about teleworkers and employees on flat-rate pay arrangement?
- In Practical Terms:
How to move from notional right to “the full exercise of this right” by the employees? What
actions lead to an effective disconnection right? Coercive measures or mutually agreed systems?
(Involvement of employee representatives and labor doctor, prevention activities, diagnostic and
Material disconnection vs intellectual disconnection
- Marijke Granier-Guillemarre | Founding Partner – MGG Legal
- Sébastien Le Cœur | Partner – MGG Legal
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