PUBLIC SECTOR: FREEDOM TO UNDERTAKE – LABOR LAW – NIGHT WORK

Freedom to undertake : The French Constitutional Council specifies the conditions of the direct and indirect conciliation between freedom to undertake and labor law (Sephora)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. From DIY to luxury goods, from times of crisis to (perhaps) the politics of "supply", it is understandable that the question of Sunday work - or rest - is at the forefront of the media scene, accompanied by the problem of night work. These questions have also found a place in the pretoria, as shown by the two decisions commented on. In particular, Sephora was forced to close its most prominent store on Avenue des Champs Élysées earlier than it would have liked. In its application, it challenged the provisions relating to night work but also to work on Sundays. Indeed, in this case, two QPCs were referred to the Constitutional Council by the Court of

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Fabien Tesson, Freedom to undertake : The French Constitutional Council specifies the conditions of the direct and indirect conciliation between freedom to undertake and labor law (Sephora), 4 April 2014, Concurrences N° 3-2014, Art. N° 68445, pp. 205-206

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