The French Labour Ministry has published questions and answers on Covid-19, both for employees and employers.
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Eric Pouliquen holds a DJCE from the University of Rennes I (1986) and a LLM in International Business Legal Studies (IBLS) from the University of Exeter - UK (1987). He was also an auditor for INHESJ (19th class) and INTEFP (33th class). He is a specialist in labor law.
Eric Pouliquen worked successively from 1988 to 2001 as legal counsel and then as a lawyer, with Cabinets Baker & McKenzie, Fidal, Landwell and Lamy Lexel.
In March 2001, he created Willway Avocats.
He is the author of "Influenza pandemic, what human resources responses? »- special supplement for Lamy Social Week of June 29, 2009 and co-author of the“ Guide to the BDES ”- Liaisons Sociales editions - June 2015.
The 2019-nCoV coronavirus appeared in late 2019 in the Chinese provice of Wuhan. Absenteeism in companies is likely to be quite high during an epidemic and employee absences could be relatively long, so it is advisable to think about it now.
The duty to establish a work contract in French is very often ignored by foreign companies. Nevertheless, it may have potential negative consequences.