In one or two years, you will be an employee, manager or company director.
This semester course with TD wants to enable you to master the basics of labour law, which applies to the daily life of France's 18 million employees.
After an introduction showing the deep evolutions in progress (teleworking, co-working, auto-entrepreneurs ... the use of labour law ...), we will follow your future path step by step:
- Hiring: recruitment, probationary period, non-competition clause, fixed-term contract, temporary work
- Fulfilment of the employment contract: salaries, target bonuses, working hours, lump-sum days, modification of the contract, mobility clause, merger or transfer of business
- Dismissals: dismissal for personal or economic reasons (job protection plan), but also contractual termination approved with considerable success, or resignation often risky for the employee.
- Finally, some lessons on collective life: trade unions, works councils, and of course collective bargaining in companies, which is so important in terms of flexibility and responsiveness since the law of 8 August 2016.
He graduated from the political, economic and social section of the Institut d'études politiques de Paris in 1974 and studied social law and political science at the Université Panthéon-Assas (Licence) and the Université Panthéon-Sorbonne (DEA and DESS). Doctor (1983) then agrégé de droit (1984), he taught at the University of Angers from 1985 to 1990.
Since then, he has been Professor of Law at the University Panthéon-Sorbonne where he co-directs the professional Master 2 "Human Resources Development and Social Law" at the Sorbonne School of Management. He also teaches labour law for students of the Licence 3, the professional Master 2 "Social Lawyer" and the research Master 2 "Social Law".
He also teaches general introduction to law and labour law at the IEP in Paris, at Mines ParisTech and in the third year of his law degree at the Centre audiovisuel d'études juridiques (CAVEJ).