ALERTS: DISTRIBUTION - BRANCH - MANAGER

Branch: The Paris Court of Appeal applies social law to distributors (SFR ; T. & D. Distribution ; Laboratoires de Biologie Végétale Yves Rocher)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Litigation over the application of labour law within distribution networks is not about to dry up. Attracted by the profit prospects offered by the recognition of the status of "quasi-employee" (C. trav., art. L.7321-1 et seq.) and certainly encouraged by the generally welcoming judicial interpretation of its conditions of application, many outlet operators who carry on their activity under the very close supervision of their principal are bringing claims for compensation before the industrial tribunals: recall of salaries, payment of related paid holidays, redundancy payments, etc. And no sector of activity seems to be spared by this trend. In the three

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Lucas Bettoni, Branch: The Paris Court of Appeal applies social law to distributors (SFR ; T. & D. Distribution ; Laboratoires de Biologie Végétale Yves Rocher), 31 October 2018, Concurrences N° 1-2019, Art. N° 89126, www.concurrences.com

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