The Law on Business Growth and Transformation (known as the “Pacte law”) was passed by Parliament. It includes many provisions regarding Labour law: modification of the modalities of calculation of the thresholds of staffing and suppression of certain thresholds, reform of employee savings, development of the employee share ownership, modification of the rules relating to retirement savings. The entry into force of the law is subject to its publication in the Official Journal
The French Supreme Court has made a significant reversal in its case law: any employee exposed to asbestos may now make a claim for the harm relating to the anxiety they feel. Up to now, this option was reserved exclusively for employees who had worked at a site listed by the administration as concerned by the early-retirement due to asbestos scheme. The anxiety harm can now be invoked by any employee who justifies exposition leading to a high risk of developing a serious illness, even if they did not work at a site listed. The employee must nevertheless prove the existence of this anxiety
Even in the era of far-reaching international trade agreements and regional economic and political partnerships, the majority of laws and regulations governing the workplace are still determined by the individual countries where employees work.
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