In This Issue:
- Balancing human rights in discrimination law
- French flexicurity
- In Profile: Johanna Johnson
- News in Brief
- Upcoming Events
- Excerpt from French flexicurity:
The National Inter-Sectorial Agreement (the “Competitiveness and Employment Agreement”) was concluded by French trade unions and employers’ associations on 11 January 2013. It is likely to produce numerous and significant changes in French labor law, with one of the declared objectives being to introduce a new French model of flexibility and security, referred to as “flexicurity.” The Competitiveness and Employment Agreement is likely to come into force at the end of May 2013.
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Topics: CHIN, Collective Bargaining, Discrimination, EU, Fixed-Term Labor Contracts, Flexicurity, Healthcare, Human Rights, Mini-Jobs, National Inter-Sectorial Agreement, Temporary Employees, Unions
Published In: Civil Rights Updates, General Business Updates, International Trade Updates, Labor & Employment Updates
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