Labour relations services
With the support of our legal assistance hotline, our approach focuses on long-term constructive labour relations, aligned by business’ strategy.
Labour relations consultancy
Business transfer or acquisition - TUPE
HR is key to successful transfers and acquisitions. One of the biggest reasons for failure is something that is most simply overlook: human capital.
We offer high-value HR support to foreign companies acquiring French subsidiaries.
Our assistance includes:
we conduct an assessment of HR aspects that affect price: employment and other agreements, collective conditions, compensation and benefits, cultural barriers, social risks, human capital, retention and termination packages…
development of a substitute agreement and of new collective agreements
Don’t hesitate to contact us for more information: we have the experience and skills to assist foreign companies acquiring French subsidiaries. We work closely with our clients to deliver high quality services.
French companies can negotiate collective agreements irrespective of their size and of the presence of a CSE.
We draw up and assist companies with the negotiation of all types of collective agreements: working time, telework, work-life balance, classification, professional equality, pension or social cover schemes, collective agreement on the social database (BDES), collective performance agreement, mutual termination agreement, agreement on forward-looking management of jobs and skills (GPEC)…
We assist at any stage, according to needs:
- Advice on the relevant negotiating modalities
- Planning negotiations, drawing-up agendas, managing invitations to negotiate
- Development and negotiation of a method agreement
- Organising and leading working groups
- Drawing-up agreements
- Organisation of the consultation of the relevant bodies
- Organisation of a direct referendum of employees when required
- Registration of collective agreements
- Implementation of collective agreements
Contact us: we draw on our solid experience, supported by our legal services provider, SVP, to develop effective and compliant collective agreements.
to ensure the continuity of operations
The social and economic database (BDES)
All companies with at least 50 employees must implement a BDES, which includes all social and financial data to be provided to staff representatives on a regular basis as well as when conducting the CSE’s annual consultations.
Implementing the BDES requires a strong knowledge of legal requirements as well as time and resources.
Employers that do not meet their obligations are subject to a financial penalty but also risk hindering a consultation process.
Because we believe that the BDES can help developing a constructive social dialogue and facilitate strategic decision making, we have developed an assistance package to guide companies through the process of implementation of a compliant database.