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PMQ: Johnson slams opposition over Falklands reaction

Argentina’s southern province of Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and the South Atlantic Islands – which claims the Malvinas as part of its territory – has denounced British construction company BAM Nuttall for operating from the region without authorization.

In a statement, the regional government suggested the company had been hired by the “illegitimate” island government to carry out the design and construction of a new port in the region.

The government said the work did not have ?proper intervention? from Tierra del Fuego’s Ministry of Production and Environment.

They said the UK intended to turn the port of Malvina into a logistics support center in an effort to move forward in the ?plunder? of the islands’ natural resources.

The complaint against the construction company was lodged by the provincial secretariat of the region, Andres Dachary, before the environment secretary of Tierra del Fuego.

Falklands fury as Argentina erupts in ‘criminal and illegitimate’ UK (Image :.)

Falklands War Grave (Image:.)

Mr. Dachary argued that the Malvinas and their surrounding maritime areas are an integral part of the province of Tierra del Fuego and are subject to the laws of the provinces and the country.

He said: “The fact that they are momentarily overrun by the UK, in no way prevents us from taking action against those who break the laws.”

Tierra del Fuego Minister of Production and Environment Sonia Castiglione said the Provincial Environment Secretariat will send a notification to BAM Nutall.

She said: ?From that point on, the company will have a definitive response time and depending on what happens, the legislation is clear and opens a series of legal actions.?

READ MORE: Argentina refuses to give up desperate claim to Falkland Islands

Tribute to the Falklands War

Tribute to the Falklands War (Image:.)

Last year, the Malvinas government announced that BAM Nutall would design and build a new port in the archipelago’s capital.

Tensions between Argentina and the UK reached a boiling point after the Latin American country imposed sanctions on two UK companies.

Argentina last month imposed sanctions on three companies – including two British ones – for alleged illegal exploitation of hydrocarbons in waters north of the Falklands.

Argentina has claimed it does not have permission from its government, which claims British overseas territory as theirs.

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Facts about the Falklands

Facts about the Falkland Islands (Image: Express)

Argentine Energy Secretaries Dario Matinez and Malvinas, Antarctic and South Atlantic Secretaries Daniel Filmus said: ?These companies are not allowed to operate and have not requested any kind of authorisation.

The secretaries said they were “committing a crime in Argentina” and the three companies continued to participate in exploration and exploitation work.

The oil companies are Britain-based Chrysaor Holdings Limited and Harbor Energy Plc, and the Israeli company Navitas Petroleum LP.

Companies had several days to respond to Argentina, but if they do not, the country will proceed with their disqualification.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Prime Minister Boris Johnson (Image:.)

Any disqualification would prevent them from participating for a period of five to 20 years in tendering processes to operate in waters off Argentina’s continental shelf, officials said.

Argentina and Britain fought a war in 1982 for domination of the archipelago, in which the South American country was defeated.

The conflict lasted 74 days and ended with an Argentine surrender on June 14, returning the islands to British control.

A total of 649 Argentinian servicemen, 255 British servicemen and three Falklands Islanders died during the hostilities.

Tribute to the Falklands War

Tribute to the Falklands War (Image:.)

Diplomatic relations between the United Kingdom and Argentina were reestablished in 1989 following a meeting in Madrid, in which the two governments issued a joint statement.

In 1994 Argentina adopted a new constitution, which declared the Falkland Islands by law as an Argentine province.

However, the islands continue to function as a self-governing British Overseas Territory.

Additional reporting by Maria Ortega

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PMQ: Johnson slams opposition over Falklands reaction

Argentina’s southern province of Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and the South Atlantic Islands – which claims the Malvinas as part of its territory – has denounced British construction company BAM Nuttall for operating from the region without authorization.

In a statement, the regional government suggested the company had been hired by the “illegitimate” island government to carry out the design and construction of a new port in the region.

The government said the work did not have ?proper intervention? from Tierra del Fuego’s Ministry of Production and Environment.

They said the UK intended to turn the port of Malvina into a logistics support center in an effort to move forward in the ?plunder? of the islands’ natural resources.

The complaint against the construction company was lodged by the provincial secretariat of the region, Andres Dachary, before the environment secretary of Tierra del Fuego.

Falklands fury as Argentina erupts in ‘criminal and illegitimate’ UK (Image :.)

Falklands War Grave (Image:.)

Mr. Dachary argued that the Malvinas and their surrounding maritime areas are an integral part of the province of Tierra del Fuego and are subject to the laws of the provinces and the country.

He said: “The fact that they are momentarily overrun by the UK, in no way prevents us from taking action against those who break the laws.”

Tierra del Fuego Minister of Production and Environment Sonia Castiglione said the Provincial Environment Secretariat will send a notification to BAM Nutall.

She said: ?From that point on, the company will have a definitive response time and depending on what happens, the legislation is clear and opens a series of legal actions.?

READ MORE: Argentina refuses to give up desperate claim to Falkland Islands

Tribute to the Falklands War

Tribute to the Falklands War (Image:.)

Last year, the Malvinas government announced that BAM Nutall would design and build a new port in the archipelago’s capital.

Tensions between Argentina and the UK reached a boiling point after the Latin American country imposed sanctions on two UK companies.

Argentina last month imposed sanctions on three companies – including two British ones – for alleged illegal exploitation of hydrocarbons in waters north of the Falklands.

Argentina has claimed it does not have permission from its government, which claims British overseas territory as theirs.

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Falklands rupture: Argentina must “think twice before starting the fight” [COMMENT]
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Facts about the Falklands

Facts about the Falkland Islands (Image: Express)

Argentine Energy Secretaries Dario Matinez and Malvinas, Antarctic and South Atlantic Secretaries Daniel Filmus said: ?These companies are not allowed to operate and have not requested any kind of authorisation.

The secretaries said they were “committing a crime in Argentina” and the three companies continued to participate in exploration and exploitation work.

The oil companies are Britain-based Chrysaor Holdings Limited and Harbor Energy Plc, and the Israeli company Navitas Petroleum LP.

Companies had several days to respond to Argentina, but if they do not, the country will proceed with their disqualification.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Prime Minister Boris Johnson (Image:.)

Any disqualification would prevent them from participating for a period of five to 20 years in tendering processes to operate in waters off Argentina’s continental shelf, officials said.

Argentina and Britain fought a war in 1982 for domination of the archipelago, in which the South American country was defeated.

The conflict lasted 74 days and ended with an Argentine surrender on June 14, returning the islands to British control.

A total of 649 Argentinian servicemen, 255 British servicemen and three Falklands Islanders died during the hostilities.

Tribute to the Falklands War

Tribute to the Falklands War (Image:.)

Diplomatic relations between the United Kingdom and Argentina were reestablished in 1989 following a meeting in Madrid, in which the two governments issued a joint statement.

In 1994 Argentina adopted a new constitution, which declared the Falkland Islands by law as an Argentine province.

However, the islands continue to function as a self-governing British Overseas Territory.

Additional reporting by Maria Ortega

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Private equity attracts a growing number of investors every year. This asset class attracts with its increased accessibility, high yields and tax advantages. Yet while the rewards are attractive, investing is not without risk.

What is ?private equity?? – iStock-ra2studio

Invest in unlisted companies

Private equity or ?private equity? refers to a form of investment through which an investor devotes part of his capital to the development of an unlisted company. Popular with institutional and retail investors, private equity would offer a high return compared to traditional asset classes and protect investors from market fluctuations, as the targeted companies are not listed.

Specialized funds

Concretely, investors buy units previously acquired by specialized funds which invest in the equity of companies. Private equity funds take minority or majority stakes, kept between 3 and 8 years before sale a? other investors. The value of operations is created by the growth of businesses. Long reserved for institutional investors, investments in private equity funds tend to be open to individual investors. The latter can now acquire units via a securities account, a PEA or even life insurance.

Different heritage strategies

There are four kinds of private equity. The first, ?venture capital?, refers to an investment in a business being created. It can take the form of “seed capital” if the investment is made while the company is in the project phase, of “creation capital” or “innovation capital”, which corresponds to an investment. carried out at the launch of the company’s activity. ?Development capital? corresponds to an investment made within a company that wishes to increase its production capacities and develop its activity. ?Buyout capital? is an investment that facilitates the buyout of one profitable business by another through financial techniques based on borrowing and leverage. Finally, “turnaround capital” refers to an investment in a company that is facing difficulties. The investment finances the restructuring of the company to get it back on track. The reorganization phase of the structure and the activity can be supervised by the private equity fund.

A risky investment?

Private equity carries its share of risks insofar as the value of the investment is intrinsically linked to the growth and development of the companies financed. If companies do not keep their promises of growth, the valuation of unlisted securities is indeed likely to drop before being sold to another investor. Apart from hybrid products, which have their specific temporalities, this type of investment generally involves the immobilization of capital over the long term (up to 8 years). The liquidation of the fund can only take place once the disinvestment phase has been completed. At this time, investors recover their stake and any capital gains. Investing capital in a private equity fund is not without risk. Before taking the plunge, it is particularly recommended to read the KIID (Key Investor Information Document) to identify its characteristics and identify the level of costs that could reduce the profitability of the investment.

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) [summary] => Private equity attracts a growing number of investors every year. This asset class attracts with... [atom_content] =>

Private equity attracts a growing number of investors every year. This asset class attracts with its increased accessibility, high yields and tax advantages. Yet while the rewards are attractive, investing is not without risk.

What is ?private equity?? – iStock-ra2studio

Invest in unlisted companies

Private equity or ?private equity? refers to a form of investment through which an investor devotes part of his capital to the development of an unlisted company. Popular with institutional and retail investors, private equity would offer a high return compared to traditional asset classes and protect investors from market fluctuations, as the targeted companies are not listed.

Specialized funds

Concretely, investors buy units previously acquired by specialized funds which invest in the equity of companies. Private equity funds take minority or majority stakes, kept between 3 and 8 years before sale a? other investors. The value of operations is created by the growth of businesses. Long reserved for institutional investors, investments in private equity funds tend to be open to individual investors. The latter can now acquire units via a securities account, a PEA or even life insurance.

Different heritage strategies

There are four kinds of private equity. The first, ?venture capital?, refers to an investment in a business being created. It can take the form of “seed capital” if the investment is made while the company is in the project phase, of “creation capital” or “innovation capital”, which corresponds to an investment. carried out at the launch of the company’s activity. ?Development capital? corresponds to an investment made within a company that wishes to increase its production capacities and develop its activity. ?Buyout capital? is an investment that facilitates the buyout of one profitable business by another through financial techniques based on borrowing and leverage. Finally, “turnaround capital” refers to an investment in a company that is facing difficulties. The investment finances the restructuring of the company to get it back on track. The reorganization phase of the structure and the activity can be supervised by the private equity fund.

A risky investment?

Private equity carries its share of risks insofar as the value of the investment is intrinsically linked to the growth and development of the companies financed. If companies do not keep their promises of growth, the valuation of unlisted securities is indeed likely to drop before being sold to another investor. Apart from hybrid products, which have their specific temporalities, this type of investment generally involves the immobilization of capital over the long term (up to 8 years). The liquidation of the fund can only take place once the disinvestment phase has been completed. At this time, investors recover their stake and any capital gains. Investing capital in a private equity fund is not without risk. Before taking the plunge, it is particularly recommended to read the KIID (Key Investor Information Document) to identify its characteristics and identify the level of costs that could reduce the profitability of the investment.

.

[date_timestamp] => 1628236477 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Addressing the mental well-being of employees at India Inc ? Marseille News [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/08/06/addressing-the-mental-well-being-of-employees-at-india-inc-marseille-news/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Fri, 06 Aug 2021 07:22:46 +0000 [category] => BusinessAddressingemployeesIndiaMarseillementalnewswellbeing [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/08/06/addressing-the-mental-well-being-of-employees-at-india-inc-marseille-news/ [description] => Companies can invest in emotional counseling for their teams by investing in team building and... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Companies can invest in emotional counseling for their teams by investing in team building and group counseling sessions.

Par Neeti Sharma et Dr Aarti Jagannathan

Covid-19 has helped highlight the underlying challenges related to mental well-being in the Indian business sector. As businesses work tirelessly to align their efforts to identify and address the stressors that directly or indirectly affect them, there is still a huge gap to close. Covid-19 has caused stress, worry and fear due to changes in our daily lives, restricted movement and being continuously locked inside. The inability to travel, meet family, friends and colleagues while managing work and home has had a huge impact on the mental well-being of employees. It is important that each of us take care of our mental and physical health. In such times, managing anxiety is one of the main goals of employers. It’s an opportunity to collaborate and spark initiatives that can help employees at all levels. Training and development teams can create programs to address these concerns and help employees be more efficient and productive.

When was the last time you did something for the first time? Invest in a hobby? Learn a new skill? Bringing a sense of purpose and fulfillment, developing goal-oriented work and engagement techniques, providing meaningful employment to the vulnerable population, acquiring a new skill, developing a support system are some of the ways to fight against mental stress.

Given the broad spectrum of mental health and illness, it might be more effective to focus on specific conditions related to stress and burnout, such as depression and anxiety. Resilience training should also accompany this mental health training and should focus on empowering employees with the skills to recognize when they are experiencing stress and burnout and then work to reduce them. It is quite obvious that workplaces also play an important role in defining the mental well-being of an individual. Factors such as salary expectations, work-life balance, managerial leadership style, and anxiety about career development are one of the main factors that add to mental stressors. In late March and early April, a nonprofit HBR organization, Mind Share Partners, conducted a global employee survey in partnership with Qualtrics and SAP. He said the mental health of nearly 42% of respondents had declined since the start of the epidemic. One of the positive aspects of the pandemic is that it normalizes mental health issues. Almost everyone has experienced some level of discomfort. But the universality of experience will only translate into less stigma if people, especially those in power, share their experiences. It’s more important than ever to intentionally check in with each of your direct reports. It was important but often underused before the pandemic. Now, with so many people working from home, it can be even more difficult to notice the signs that someone is having trouble. In our study with Qualtrics and SAP, nearly 40% of employees worldwide said no one in their company asked them if they were doing well – and these respondents were 38% more likely than others to say their health mental health had deteriorated since the epidemic. Inclusive flexibility is about setting proactive standards that help people design and maintain the boundaries they need. It is necessary not to make assumptions about what employees might need; because they will probably need different things at different times. Take a personalized approach to dealing with stressors, such as childcare challenges or feeling the need to work all the time. Provide flexibility proactively. Now more than ever, companies must prioritize proactive and preventive workplace mental health training for leaders, managers and individual contributors. Managing stress and finances is crucial right now, managers and leaders need to help their teams align with these goals. Financial stability gives a sense of security and offers relief. We often forget to achieve but doing mundane jobs that do not stimulate people can cause a lot of mental discomfort, employees are not happy if they are assigned to do jobs that do not serve meaning or that are not more important. With the arrival of millennials in the workforce, it is very important for companies to take care of forming a happy and meaningful work culture.

Companies can invest in emotional counseling for their teams by investing in team building and group counseling sessions. These small organizational steps will not only empower employees, but they will reduce burnout by 70%. Employees are the greatest asset of the business and investing in them is the most crucial thing of all. It is important that leaders get behind the wheel, break down barriers and promote a culture that eliminates the stigma associated with mental health.

(The article is co-authored by Neeti Sharma, Co-Founder and President of TeamLease Edtech & Dr Aarti Jagannathan, Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatric Social Work (Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services), National Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience ( NIMHANS). Expressed are personal and do not reflect the official position or policy of Financial Express Online.)

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) [summary] => Companies can invest in emotional counseling for their teams by investing in team building and... [atom_content] =>

Companies can invest in emotional counseling for their teams by investing in team building and group counseling sessions.

Par Neeti Sharma et Dr Aarti Jagannathan

Covid-19 has helped highlight the underlying challenges related to mental well-being in the Indian business sector. As businesses work tirelessly to align their efforts to identify and address the stressors that directly or indirectly affect them, there is still a huge gap to close. Covid-19 has caused stress, worry and fear due to changes in our daily lives, restricted movement and being continuously locked inside. The inability to travel, meet family, friends and colleagues while managing work and home has had a huge impact on the mental well-being of employees. It is important that each of us take care of our mental and physical health. In such times, managing anxiety is one of the main goals of employers. It’s an opportunity to collaborate and spark initiatives that can help employees at all levels. Training and development teams can create programs to address these concerns and help employees be more efficient and productive.

When was the last time you did something for the first time? Invest in a hobby? Learn a new skill? Bringing a sense of purpose and fulfillment, developing goal-oriented work and engagement techniques, providing meaningful employment to the vulnerable population, acquiring a new skill, developing a support system are some of the ways to fight against mental stress.

Given the broad spectrum of mental health and illness, it might be more effective to focus on specific conditions related to stress and burnout, such as depression and anxiety. Resilience training should also accompany this mental health training and should focus on empowering employees with the skills to recognize when they are experiencing stress and burnout and then work to reduce them. It is quite obvious that workplaces also play an important role in defining the mental well-being of an individual. Factors such as salary expectations, work-life balance, managerial leadership style, and anxiety about career development are one of the main factors that add to mental stressors. In late March and early April, a nonprofit HBR organization, Mind Share Partners, conducted a global employee survey in partnership with Qualtrics and SAP. He said the mental health of nearly 42% of respondents had declined since the start of the epidemic. One of the positive aspects of the pandemic is that it normalizes mental health issues. Almost everyone has experienced some level of discomfort. But the universality of experience will only translate into less stigma if people, especially those in power, share their experiences. It’s more important than ever to intentionally check in with each of your direct reports. It was important but often underused before the pandemic. Now, with so many people working from home, it can be even more difficult to notice the signs that someone is having trouble. In our study with Qualtrics and SAP, nearly 40% of employees worldwide said no one in their company asked them if they were doing well – and these respondents were 38% more likely than others to say their health mental health had deteriorated since the epidemic. Inclusive flexibility is about setting proactive standards that help people design and maintain the boundaries they need. It is necessary not to make assumptions about what employees might need; because they will probably need different things at different times. Take a personalized approach to dealing with stressors, such as childcare challenges or feeling the need to work all the time. Provide flexibility proactively. Now more than ever, companies must prioritize proactive and preventive workplace mental health training for leaders, managers and individual contributors. Managing stress and finances is crucial right now, managers and leaders need to help their teams align with these goals. Financial stability gives a sense of security and offers relief. We often forget to achieve but doing mundane jobs that do not stimulate people can cause a lot of mental discomfort, employees are not happy if they are assigned to do jobs that do not serve meaning or that are not more important. With the arrival of millennials in the workforce, it is very important for companies to take care of forming a happy and meaningful work culture.

Companies can invest in emotional counseling for their teams by investing in team building and group counseling sessions. These small organizational steps will not only empower employees, but they will reduce burnout by 70%. Employees are the greatest asset of the business and investing in them is the most crucial thing of all. It is important that leaders get behind the wheel, break down barriers and promote a culture that eliminates the stigma associated with mental health.

(The article is co-authored by Neeti Sharma, Co-Founder and President of TeamLease Edtech & Dr Aarti Jagannathan, Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatric Social Work (Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services), National Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience ( NIMHANS). Expressed are personal and do not reflect the official position or policy of Financial Express Online.)

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Although ?turnover? (staff turnover rate in French) is quite normal in a company, it must remain measured so as not to become problematic.

Business turnover: what is it?

Turnover is an indicator expressed as a percentage describing the rate of staff turnover within a company. It corresponds to the average between entries and departures of the number of employees in an organization. Expressed as a rate, it is calculated as follows:

Turnover = [(Nombre de départs en N + Nombre d?arrivées en N)/2]/ Workforce on January 1 of year N

If the phenomenon is more and more frequent in the professional environment, too high a turnover can be indicative of problems. In addition, too high a staff turnover implies a certain number of additional costs (severance pay, recruitment, training, internship, integration …), and can have consequences on the financial results of the company, but also on morale. of collaborators.

The causes of employee turnover

The causes of high turnover can be multiple: lack of recognition, insufficient remuneration, bad atmosphere, disagreement with management or with other employees, lack of prospects for development, social benefits and accountability, poor social climate in the workplace. within the organization, insufficient communication, too much stress …

Based on this observation, management teams as well as human resources (HR) must remain attentive and carry out regular meetings with employees in order to ensure their overall well-being.

6 ways to limit turnover within a company

Several initiatives also make it possible to reduce the staff turnover rate within a company.

Respect the balance between professional and private life

First of all, it is important to respect the work-life balance of your employees. Offering them an arrangement of working time, flexible hours or a few days of teleworking per week can prove to be interesting.

Offer real prospects for development

Another way to limit turnover is to offer development prospects to your employees. Take an interest in their career goals. Some may want a particular position, others seek to gain skills, in which case training paths can be adapted.

Be fair in terms of compensation

While salary is not the only criterion for employee loyalty, it does play a role. As a manager, it is important to ensure that employees are remunerated at their fair value and fairly. You can also play on their motivation by offering them bonuses or benefits in kind (restaurant tickets, company car, professional technological tools, etc.).

Communicate regularly and focus on transparency

Besides that, you have to capitalize on internal communication and the transparency of your actions. Do not hesitate to communicate each month on the financial results, events, internal opportunities and offer a free and open space to speak to each employee, so that everyone can express themselves and feel valued.

Empower and empower employees

Lack of consideration is a factor pushing employees out. To retain them, it is imperative to recognize them by highlighting their successes and encouraging them. In addition, you can empower them, for example by offering them to participate in the recruitment process or by entrusting them with a large-scale project.

Focus on quality of life at work (QWL)

Finally, a loyal employee is a happy employee at work. A bad atmosphere can encourage the best talent to leave a company, hence the importance of not neglecting this point. Invest for example in a beautiful space of break, in a table football, a table-tennis table or in comfortable sofas. You can even hire a Happiness Manager, whose very mission is to ensure the well-being and satisfaction of employees in partnership with HR.

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) [summary] => Although ?turnover? (staff turnover rate in French) is quite normal in a company, it must... [atom_content] =>

Although ?turnover? (staff turnover rate in French) is quite normal in a company, it must remain measured so as not to become problematic.

Business turnover: what is it?

Turnover is an indicator expressed as a percentage describing the rate of staff turnover within a company. It corresponds to the average between entries and departures of the number of employees in an organization. Expressed as a rate, it is calculated as follows:

Turnover = [(Nombre de départs en N + Nombre d?arrivées en N)/2]/ Workforce on January 1 of year N

If the phenomenon is more and more frequent in the professional environment, too high a turnover can be indicative of problems. In addition, too high a staff turnover implies a certain number of additional costs (severance pay, recruitment, training, internship, integration …), and can have consequences on the financial results of the company, but also on morale. of collaborators.

The causes of employee turnover

The causes of high turnover can be multiple: lack of recognition, insufficient remuneration, bad atmosphere, disagreement with management or with other employees, lack of prospects for development, social benefits and accountability, poor social climate in the workplace. within the organization, insufficient communication, too much stress …

Based on this observation, management teams as well as human resources (HR) must remain attentive and carry out regular meetings with employees in order to ensure their overall well-being.

6 ways to limit turnover within a company

Several initiatives also make it possible to reduce the staff turnover rate within a company.

Respect the balance between professional and private life

First of all, it is important to respect the work-life balance of your employees. Offering them an arrangement of working time, flexible hours or a few days of teleworking per week can prove to be interesting.

Offer real prospects for development

Another way to limit turnover is to offer development prospects to your employees. Take an interest in their career goals. Some may want a particular position, others seek to gain skills, in which case training paths can be adapted.

Be fair in terms of compensation

While salary is not the only criterion for employee loyalty, it does play a role. As a manager, it is important to ensure that employees are remunerated at their fair value and fairly. You can also play on their motivation by offering them bonuses or benefits in kind (restaurant tickets, company car, professional technological tools, etc.).

Communicate regularly and focus on transparency

Besides that, you have to capitalize on internal communication and the transparency of your actions. Do not hesitate to communicate each month on the financial results, events, internal opportunities and offer a free and open space to speak to each employee, so that everyone can express themselves and feel valued.

Empower and empower employees

Lack of consideration is a factor pushing employees out. To retain them, it is imperative to recognize them by highlighting their successes and encouraging them. In addition, you can empower them, for example by offering them to participate in the recruitment process or by entrusting them with a large-scale project.

Focus on quality of life at work (QWL)

Finally, a loyal employee is a happy employee at work. A bad atmosphere can encourage the best talent to leave a company, hence the importance of not neglecting this point. Invest for example in a beautiful space of break, in a table football, a table-tennis table or in comfortable sofas. You can even hire a Happiness Manager, whose very mission is to ensure the well-being and satisfaction of employees in partnership with HR.

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[date_timestamp] => 1628232718 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => request an accelerated refund of your tax credits [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/08/06/request-an-accelerated-refund-of-your-tax-credits/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Fri, 06 Aug 2021 06:20:41 +0000 [category] => Businessacceleratedcreditsrefundrequesttax [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/08/06/request-an-accelerated-refund-of-your-tax-credits/ [description] => In 2020 and 2021, the public authorities have taken the decision to accelerate the reimbursement... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

In 2020 and 2021, the public authorities have taken the decision to accelerate the reimbursement of tax credits for companies that request them. Beyond this unprecedented context, the immediate release of the tax credit is possible in certain cases, in particular when the company is in difficulty.

Which institutions and tax credits are affected by this early repayment? How to make the request for restitution of debt? Explanations.

What tax credits are affected by the immediate repayment in 2021?

Is your company entitled to a tax credit on its corporate tax, refundable in 2021? This year again, like last year, you have the right to request immediate reimbursement, without waiting for the filing of the declaration of results.

This exceptional measure, linked to the Covid-19 health crisis, was put in place in 2020, and was then extended to 2021 (press release n ° 725 of March 02, 2021). It relates to all tax credits refundable in 2021, in particular those specific to certain sectors in difficulty, but not only.

For all companies, in 2021, the tax credits that can be returned immediately are:

Early refund of tax credits: and in normal times?

Outside the exceptional context of the Covid, it is also possible in certain specific cases to request an immediate refund of the company’s tax credits. Have access to the early refund of their tax credits:

The tax credits eligible for immediate reimbursement are the Research Tax Credit (CIR), the tax credit for competitiveness and employment (CICE – which should disappear at the end of 2021), as well as the tax credits granted for certain investments made and operated in Corsica.

Request for accelerated tax credit refund: how to do it?

To request the immediate refund of a corporate tax credit, the procedure is the same, whether in an exceptional context or not.
You have to go to the company’s professional space on the impots.gouv.fr site and go to the “ My services “. Then go to ” Declare Corporate Tax ?, then? Submit a claim for reimbursement of debts ».

You must specify the type of tax credit for which you are requesting reimbursement, the year or year of origin of the claim, possibly the amount of the claim already charged, as well as the amount of the reimbursement you are requesting.

You will then need to send:
? Your request for reimbursement of tax credit (form n ° 2573-SD).
? Your supporting declaration for the tax credit (form n ° 2069-RCI-SD or specific declaration, unless it was sent earlier).
? Your declaration of results or, failing that, the statement of the company’s corporate income tax balance (form no. 2572-SD).

For the year 2021, you are not required to wait for the filing of the declaration of results, but in normal times, the request for an immediate refund of the tax credit is made:
? at the same time as the declaration of the balance of corporation tax;
? or on the opening date of the procedure for companies in difficulty.

The Business Tax Service (SIE) announces a processing time of only a few days to process business tax credit refund requests.

Attention : once the tax credit has been returned, the amounts may be subject to checks. You must therefore keep all the necessary documentation to be able to justify your request for early repayment to the administration services if necessary.

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) [summary] => In 2020 and 2021, the public authorities have taken the decision to accelerate the reimbursement... [atom_content] =>

In 2020 and 2021, the public authorities have taken the decision to accelerate the reimbursement of tax credits for companies that request them. Beyond this unprecedented context, the immediate release of the tax credit is possible in certain cases, in particular when the company is in difficulty.

Which institutions and tax credits are affected by this early repayment? How to make the request for restitution of debt? Explanations.

What tax credits are affected by the immediate repayment in 2021?

Is your company entitled to a tax credit on its corporate tax, refundable in 2021? This year again, like last year, you have the right to request immediate reimbursement, without waiting for the filing of the declaration of results.

This exceptional measure, linked to the Covid-19 health crisis, was put in place in 2020, and was then extended to 2021 (press release n ° 725 of March 02, 2021). It relates to all tax credits refundable in 2021, in particular those specific to certain sectors in difficulty, but not only.

For all companies, in 2021, the tax credits that can be returned immediately are:

Early refund of tax credits: and in normal times?

Outside the exceptional context of the Covid, it is also possible in certain specific cases to request an immediate refund of the company’s tax credits. Have access to the early refund of their tax credits:

The tax credits eligible for immediate reimbursement are the Research Tax Credit (CIR), the tax credit for competitiveness and employment (CICE – which should disappear at the end of 2021), as well as the tax credits granted for certain investments made and operated in Corsica.

Request for accelerated tax credit refund: how to do it?

To request the immediate refund of a corporate tax credit, the procedure is the same, whether in an exceptional context or not.
You have to go to the company’s professional space on the impots.gouv.fr site and go to the “ My services “. Then go to ” Declare Corporate Tax ?, then? Submit a claim for reimbursement of debts ».

You must specify the type of tax credit for which you are requesting reimbursement, the year or year of origin of the claim, possibly the amount of the claim already charged, as well as the amount of the reimbursement you are requesting.

You will then need to send:
? Your request for reimbursement of tax credit (form n ° 2573-SD).
? Your supporting declaration for the tax credit (form n ° 2069-RCI-SD or specific declaration, unless it was sent earlier).
? Your declaration of results or, failing that, the statement of the company’s corporate income tax balance (form no. 2572-SD).

For the year 2021, you are not required to wait for the filing of the declaration of results, but in normal times, the request for an immediate refund of the tax credit is made:
? at the same time as the declaration of the balance of corporation tax;
? or on the opening date of the procedure for companies in difficulty.

The Business Tax Service (SIE) announces a processing time of only a few days to process business tax credit refund requests.

Attention : once the tax credit has been returned, the amounts may be subject to checks. You must therefore keep all the necessary documentation to be able to justify your request for early repayment to the administration services if necessary.

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The law intended to strengthen prevention in occupational health was promulgated on August 3. It transposes the provisions of the national inter-professional agreement (ANI) concluded by the social partners on December 10, 2020. This text should enter into force on March 30, 2022 by French companies.

What are the main changes brought about by this new text for companies?

1. A new prevention and occupational health service with a wider scope

?Occupational health services? are becoming ?prevention and occupational health services? and have their scope of action broadened, in particular to better detect warning signs of burnout or situations of harassment at work. Among their new missions: prevention and information campaigns for employees on occupational risks, but also the organization of vaccination and screening campaigns (especially against Covid-19) in the company.

These new form of occupational health services will include a unit dedicated to professional withdrawal, in order to support people who have difficulty resuming their activity after a work stoppage.

The text also specifies reinforcing the importance and the retention period of the DUERP (single document for the assessment of occupational risks), which lists the risks to which employees are exposed in their workplace. The objective: to be able to identify the factors for the appearance of an occupational disease, including late ones.

2. A health passport for each employee

The new health passport will record the various health training and certifications followed or obtained by each employee. For Carole Grandjean, LREM MP at the origin of the bill, this measure aims to “To promote the worker and, above all, to avoid having him follow training courses already carried out in the field of prevention and health at work. It saves time and money. “

3. Reinforced medical monitoring throughout employees’ careers

With a view to improving prevention, access to care and medical monitoring, the occupational physician will be able to have access to the shared medical file (DMP). The only condition: the employee must give his prior consent and, in the event of refusal, the employer will not be informed.

The use of telemedicine, particularly interesting in the event of a long illness, is facilitated and a liaison meeting between the medical consultant, the prevention and occupational health service, the employer and the employee is planned in order to prepare for the better come back to the office after a long absence.

Finally, a mid-career visit, at age 45, becomes compulsory. Its purpose? Ensure that the working conditions of the employee are always in line with his state of health and make the employee aware of the subject of aging well at work.

Occupational safety and health: ILO advice on preventing risks in the workplace

4. Better medical monitoring for non-employees

Monitoring by prevention and occupational health services is extended to temporary workers, employees of subcontractors or service providers, as well as self-employed workers and company managers.

5. Increased collaboration between occupational medicine and town medicine

To alleviate the shortage of occupational physicians, these health professionals may delegate certain missions to other members of their team: occupational nurses (a status newly recognized by law), physiotherapists, occupational therapists. But also to fellow community medicine volunteers: corresponding practicing physicians, who will be trained in occupational medicine.

) [summary] => The law intended to strengthen prevention in occupational health was promulgated on August 3. It... [atom_content] =>

The law intended to strengthen prevention in occupational health was promulgated on August 3. It transposes the provisions of the national inter-professional agreement (ANI) concluded by the social partners on December 10, 2020. This text should enter into force on March 30, 2022 by French companies.

What are the main changes brought about by this new text for companies?

1. A new prevention and occupational health service with a wider scope

?Occupational health services? are becoming ?prevention and occupational health services? and have their scope of action broadened, in particular to better detect warning signs of burnout or situations of harassment at work. Among their new missions: prevention and information campaigns for employees on occupational risks, but also the organization of vaccination and screening campaigns (especially against Covid-19) in the company.

These new form of occupational health services will include a unit dedicated to professional withdrawal, in order to support people who have difficulty resuming their activity after a work stoppage.

The text also specifies reinforcing the importance and the retention period of the DUERP (single document for the assessment of occupational risks), which lists the risks to which employees are exposed in their workplace. The objective: to be able to identify the factors for the appearance of an occupational disease, including late ones.

2. A health passport for each employee

The new health passport will record the various health training and certifications followed or obtained by each employee. For Carole Grandjean, LREM MP at the origin of the bill, this measure aims to “To promote the worker and, above all, to avoid having him follow training courses already carried out in the field of prevention and health at work. It saves time and money. “

3. Reinforced medical monitoring throughout employees’ careers

With a view to improving prevention, access to care and medical monitoring, the occupational physician will be able to have access to the shared medical file (DMP). The only condition: the employee must give his prior consent and, in the event of refusal, the employer will not be informed.

The use of telemedicine, particularly interesting in the event of a long illness, is facilitated and a liaison meeting between the medical consultant, the prevention and occupational health service, the employer and the employee is planned in order to prepare for the better come back to the office after a long absence.

Finally, a mid-career visit, at age 45, becomes compulsory. Its purpose? Ensure that the working conditions of the employee are always in line with his state of health and make the employee aware of the subject of aging well at work.

Occupational safety and health: ILO advice on preventing risks in the workplace

4. Better medical monitoring for non-employees

Monitoring by prevention and occupational health services is extended to temporary workers, employees of subcontractors or service providers, as well as self-employed workers and company managers.

5. Increased collaboration between occupational medicine and town medicine

To alleviate the shortage of occupational physicians, these health professionals may delegate certain missions to other members of their team: occupational nurses (a status newly recognized by law), physiotherapists, occupational therapists. But also to fellow community medicine volunteers: corresponding practicing physicians, who will be trained in occupational medicine.

[date_timestamp] => 1628227045 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Why hire a lawyer for your business? [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/08/06/why-hire-a-lawyer-for-your-business/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Fri, 06 Aug 2021 04:46:27 +0000 [category] => Businesshirelawyer [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/08/06/why-hire-a-lawyer-for-your-business/ [description] => When creation of a company, it is obvious to immediately think of recruiting salespeople, accountants... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

When creation of a company, it is obvious to immediately think of recruiting salespeople, accountants and others. However, few entrepreneurs think about the possibility of set up a legal department within their company. As for those who explore this path, they do not necessarily plan hire a lawyer. However, have a lawyer in your company can be a formidable asset.

The role of the corporate lawyer

Basically, a lawyer is a specialist in law. Its mission is to provide legal advice to its customers, or ensure compliance with the law. Further on, the lawyer ensures that the interests of his client be protected or defended. Otherwise, he will have to plead in court to ensure the defense or representation of his client. What is then the usefulness of a lawyer within a company ?

Call on this specialist may be of little use if you are responsible for a very small business or business. Once the business grows to a larger size and brews enough money, the slightest legal error can be serious. It is therefore wise to work with Maître Clémence Richard, to avoid unpleasant surprises. You can therefore be sure that:

Within a company, the lawyer has a perfect mastery and can interpret:

All of these skills can have a significant impact on your business strategy. You will be able to make wise decisions, and more.

3 good reasons to hire a lawyer for your business

There are only good reasons why you should hire a lawyer for your business. Here are three of them:

1. Get advice from a legal expert

One business lawyer must above all to know how to listen, understand the operation of the company and immerse yourself in its daily life. Only in this way can he advise leaders about subjects relating to the legal aspect like here. The lawyer on behalf of a company answers questions that require thorough knowledge of the rules of law. These include those that govern the business sector of the company.

For the lawyer to carry out his mission, you will have to associate him with the many projects implemented by your company. He must be kept up to date from the design phase to the realization phase. Indeed, the lawyer provides the necessary advice to promote the smooth running of multiple operations. During the stage of drafting of a legal document, the lawyer advises his client on the terms and conditions of the transaction.

It is the same for the relative operations:

2. Validate the cause of your business

The company’s activities risk being negatively impacted by a sloppy protection, or poorly organized. An unfavorable lawsuit can influence not only your bottom line, but also the direction of your business. Depending on the situation, the business lawyer can:

Thus, you benefit from assistance in a variety of sectors:

Depending on the scope of the sectors to be covered, the business lawyer collaborates with other colleagues. Before any pleading or defense of his client, he collects the necessary evidence and elements. As a result, the company leaves with every chance of winning.

3. Negotiate contracts

Any competent business lawyer has the obligation to master the sectors in which its intervention is required. Inasmuch as company law specialist, a lawyer must be up-to-date with regard to:

In the performance of his duties, he will be asked to negotiate contract signatures with different stakeholders. Therefore, perfect mastery of the various phases of establishing a contract between the company represented and the others must be achieved. The lawyer must be able to constitute or become a key link of a team that brings together many disciplines. He thus has the assurance that success will be in his camp, no matter how difficult the operation.

In complex situations relating to business compatibility, the lawyer must be in constant contact with the financial advisers. This is also the case when particular functions of the company are outsourced. Nevertheless, it must be in relation with the lawyer of the partner company to ensure the smooth running of related activities.

How to choose your corporate lawyer?

Choosing a lawyer for your business is no small feat, as there is a plethora of offers. Not doing it right could be detrimental to the business. Here are some ways to find the one you need:

The avocado’s journey

It is important that the business lawyer has had a quality course, with regard to his status and training. This company law expert must know how to deal with all procedures, relating to this area. It is therefore a professional who has studied law, and specialists such as commercial and competition law. To all this, it will be necessary to add knowledge in:

All this will allow him to better help his customers.

His fees

You must know that the services of a business lawyer are chargeable, and that you have to pay it per hour. Therefore, it is free to set his fees depending on his experience, quality of work and background. No exaggeration should be made, as it would be against professional ethics. You will be able very quickly to know if a lawyer is trustworthy, depending on the price it will impose.

Nevertheless in the large-scale firms, the price is high for many reasons. It mainly depends on the quality of the service provided, as well as the investment made. The customer therefore has the impression that the choice is totally subjective.

Its ease of offering solutions

The corporate lawyer must be able to propose solutions to any legal problem who shows up. He is expected to know everything about everything, in order to be responsive in all types of situations. Inventiveness is one of the main qualities of a lawyer, which he must use in all contexts. For this to be possible, it is important that the lawyer is experienced.

Ability to negotiate

Businesses do transactions all the time. The lawyer in such an environment must strategically advise, in order to save his client. When writing a letter of offer to acquire a business, for example, the lawyer plays a key role. He will suggest the best approach on the terms and conditions of the transaction to be offered to sellers. Keep in mind that the role of the lawyer is not only to protect your back, but also of defend your interests.

His quality of work

It doesn’t matter how much work the lawyer does, but rather how good it is. The stakes are really high in Corporate law, and the company could register huge contract losses. This is likely to happen if the lawyer does not advise appropriately, or makes errors of judgment. He must therefore consider all possible scenarios, as well as the legislation.

His ability to listen

For choose a good lawyer for your business, you must above all evaluate its listening skills. Indeed, he must be able to have the client explain the entire situation without any interruption. This is what will allow him to have all the necessary elements for the legally resolve. Further, the business lawyer must also be sociable, close to its customers and show understanding.

His team

When working for a company, the business lawyer will be in charge of many cases. In this case, it is better to choose one who is well surrounded. The complexity of a legal problem may require the intervention of other specialists. Thus, the lawyer must be able to collaborate with other working relationships. You have everything to gain by going towards a law firm, because he already has a whole team.

To conclude

In some cases and depending on the size of the company, working with a lawyer can be a necessity. As a legal professional, he brings his expertise to companies that really need it. They can thus act in accordance with the texts and laws in force. With his mastery of legal engineering, the lawyer participates in the creation of an environment conducive to the development and growth of the company.

The presence of this legal expert is important for write contracts, or carry out mergers or layoffs. In addition, the lawyer is able to defend your interests before all the competent courts when a dispute involves your company. It is therefore a real asset to own one.

) [summary] => When creation of a company, it is obvious to immediately think of recruiting salespeople, accountants... [atom_content] =>

When creation of a company, it is obvious to immediately think of recruiting salespeople, accountants and others. However, few entrepreneurs think about the possibility of set up a legal department within their company. As for those who explore this path, they do not necessarily plan hire a lawyer. However, have a lawyer in your company can be a formidable asset.

The role of the corporate lawyer

Basically, a lawyer is a specialist in law. Its mission is to provide legal advice to its customers, or ensure compliance with the law. Further on, the lawyer ensures that the interests of his client be protected or defended. Otherwise, he will have to plead in court to ensure the defense or representation of his client. What is then the usefulness of a lawyer within a company ?

Call on this specialist may be of little use if you are responsible for a very small business or business. Once the business grows to a larger size and brews enough money, the slightest legal error can be serious. It is therefore wise to work with Maître Clémence Richard, to avoid unpleasant surprises. You can therefore be sure that:

Within a company, the lawyer has a perfect mastery and can interpret:

All of these skills can have a significant impact on your business strategy. You will be able to make wise decisions, and more.

3 good reasons to hire a lawyer for your business

There are only good reasons why you should hire a lawyer for your business. Here are three of them:

1. Get advice from a legal expert

One business lawyer must above all to know how to listen, understand the operation of the company and immerse yourself in its daily life. Only in this way can he advise leaders about subjects relating to the legal aspect like here. The lawyer on behalf of a company answers questions that require thorough knowledge of the rules of law. These include those that govern the business sector of the company.

For the lawyer to carry out his mission, you will have to associate him with the many projects implemented by your company. He must be kept up to date from the design phase to the realization phase. Indeed, the lawyer provides the necessary advice to promote the smooth running of multiple operations. During the stage of drafting of a legal document, the lawyer advises his client on the terms and conditions of the transaction.

It is the same for the relative operations:

2. Validate the cause of your business

The company’s activities risk being negatively impacted by a sloppy protection, or poorly organized. An unfavorable lawsuit can influence not only your bottom line, but also the direction of your business. Depending on the situation, the business lawyer can:

Thus, you benefit from assistance in a variety of sectors:

Depending on the scope of the sectors to be covered, the business lawyer collaborates with other colleagues. Before any pleading or defense of his client, he collects the necessary evidence and elements. As a result, the company leaves with every chance of winning.

3. Negotiate contracts

Any competent business lawyer has the obligation to master the sectors in which its intervention is required. Inasmuch as company law specialist, a lawyer must be up-to-date with regard to:

In the performance of his duties, he will be asked to negotiate contract signatures with different stakeholders. Therefore, perfect mastery of the various phases of establishing a contract between the company represented and the others must be achieved. The lawyer must be able to constitute or become a key link of a team that brings together many disciplines. He thus has the assurance that success will be in his camp, no matter how difficult the operation.

In complex situations relating to business compatibility, the lawyer must be in constant contact with the financial advisers. This is also the case when particular functions of the company are outsourced. Nevertheless, it must be in relation with the lawyer of the partner company to ensure the smooth running of related activities.

How to choose your corporate lawyer?

Choosing a lawyer for your business is no small feat, as there is a plethora of offers. Not doing it right could be detrimental to the business. Here are some ways to find the one you need:

The avocado’s journey

It is important that the business lawyer has had a quality course, with regard to his status and training. This company law expert must know how to deal with all procedures, relating to this area. It is therefore a professional who has studied law, and specialists such as commercial and competition law. To all this, it will be necessary to add knowledge in:

All this will allow him to better help his customers.

His fees

You must know that the services of a business lawyer are chargeable, and that you have to pay it per hour. Therefore, it is free to set his fees depending on his experience, quality of work and background. No exaggeration should be made, as it would be against professional ethics. You will be able very quickly to know if a lawyer is trustworthy, depending on the price it will impose.

Nevertheless in the large-scale firms, the price is high for many reasons. It mainly depends on the quality of the service provided, as well as the investment made. The customer therefore has the impression that the choice is totally subjective.

Its ease of offering solutions

The corporate lawyer must be able to propose solutions to any legal problem who shows up. He is expected to know everything about everything, in order to be responsive in all types of situations. Inventiveness is one of the main qualities of a lawyer, which he must use in all contexts. For this to be possible, it is important that the lawyer is experienced.

Ability to negotiate

Businesses do transactions all the time. The lawyer in such an environment must strategically advise, in order to save his client. When writing a letter of offer to acquire a business, for example, the lawyer plays a key role. He will suggest the best approach on the terms and conditions of the transaction to be offered to sellers. Keep in mind that the role of the lawyer is not only to protect your back, but also of defend your interests.

His quality of work

It doesn’t matter how much work the lawyer does, but rather how good it is. The stakes are really high in Corporate law, and the company could register huge contract losses. This is likely to happen if the lawyer does not advise appropriately, or makes errors of judgment. He must therefore consider all possible scenarios, as well as the legislation.

His ability to listen

For choose a good lawyer for your business, you must above all evaluate its listening skills. Indeed, he must be able to have the client explain the entire situation without any interruption. This is what will allow him to have all the necessary elements for the legally resolve. Further, the business lawyer must also be sociable, close to its customers and show understanding.

His team

When working for a company, the business lawyer will be in charge of many cases. In this case, it is better to choose one who is well surrounded. The complexity of a legal problem may require the intervention of other specialists. Thus, the lawyer must be able to collaborate with other working relationships. You have everything to gain by going towards a law firm, because he already has a whole team.

To conclude

In some cases and depending on the size of the company, working with a lawyer can be a necessity. As a legal professional, he brings his expertise to companies that really need it. They can thus act in accordance with the texts and laws in force. With his mastery of legal engineering, the lawyer participates in the creation of an environment conducive to the development and growth of the company.

The presence of this legal expert is important for write contracts, or carry out mergers or layoffs. In addition, the lawyer is able to defend your interests before all the competent courts when a dispute involves your company. It is therefore a real asset to own one.

[date_timestamp] => 1628225187 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => A French company offers ? 200 to its employees vaccinated against Covid-19 [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/08/06/a-french-company-offers-e-200-to-its-employees-vaccinated-against-covid-19/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Fri, 06 Aug 2021 04:15:19 +0000 [category] => BusinesscompanyCovid19employeesFrenchoffersvaccinated [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/08/06/a-french-company-offers-e-200-to-its-employees-vaccinated-against-covid-19/ [description] => by Maïté Helliopublished on Aug 5, 2021 @ 4:28 pm The Cooperl group announced Monday,... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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The Cooperl group announced Monday, August 2, to its employees that those who were vaccinated would receive a premium.

You will need to provide proof to collect the premium. © Lubo Ivanko / stock adobe.com

An exceptional bonus of ? 200. This is what all the employees of the Breton Cooperl slaughterhouse will be able to obtain, who will provide proof that they are vaccinated.

An incentive for vaccination

In an internal memo, distributed on Monday, August 2, the group’s management informed its 4,700 employees that this bonus will be paid. “To all employees and temporary workers of the company validating the following two conditions: being part of the workforce for the period from 1is on August 31 and be able to present an official proof of completed vaccination “, according to information disclosed by West France.

A gesture that the management of the Cooperl explains by the “Active participation in the national health prevention approach encouraging vaccination”.

If such practices gradually spread in American companies, it seemed unlikely to see them cross the Atlantic? until today. But is this decision of the employer legal in France?

Google and Facebook: employees will have to be vaccinated against Covid-19 to return to the office

An illegal practice in France

No, answers the specialist in labor law, Eric Rocheblave, questioned by Capital : ?A bonus must be paid according to an objective criterion. But the vaccine is not. ” Conversely, seniority, results, skills or the arduous nature of the work may objectively justify a difference in treatment between employees.

According to the lawyer, the decision of the Cooperl creates a ?A breach of equality between employees?. The employer would therefore be exposed to industrial tribunal proceedings by an employee who considers himself discriminated against.

In addition, this decision constitutes a breach of medical confidentiality since it informs the employer of the vaccination status of its employees. However, the file on “Advice and good practices for the employer”, published on the website of the Ministry of Labor in the context of the Covid-19 epidemic, specifies that a company can neither “Impose temperature measurement, a screening test or vaccination on its employees” ni “Require his employee to inform him of the result of the test or of his vaccination status”.

Covid-19: can an employer force its employees to be vaccinated?

) [summary] => by Maïté Helliopublished on Aug 5, 2021 @ 4:28 pm The Cooperl group announced Monday,... [atom_content] =>

published on

The Cooperl group announced Monday, August 2, to its employees that those who were vaccinated would receive a premium.

You will need to provide proof to collect the premium. © Lubo Ivanko / stock adobe.com

An exceptional bonus of ? 200. This is what all the employees of the Breton Cooperl slaughterhouse will be able to obtain, who will provide proof that they are vaccinated.

An incentive for vaccination

In an internal memo, distributed on Monday, August 2, the group’s management informed its 4,700 employees that this bonus will be paid. “To all employees and temporary workers of the company validating the following two conditions: being part of the workforce for the period from 1is on August 31 and be able to present an official proof of completed vaccination “, according to information disclosed by West France.

A gesture that the management of the Cooperl explains by the “Active participation in the national health prevention approach encouraging vaccination”.

If such practices gradually spread in American companies, it seemed unlikely to see them cross the Atlantic? until today. But is this decision of the employer legal in France?

Google and Facebook: employees will have to be vaccinated against Covid-19 to return to the office

An illegal practice in France

No, answers the specialist in labor law, Eric Rocheblave, questioned by Capital : ?A bonus must be paid according to an objective criterion. But the vaccine is not. ” Conversely, seniority, results, skills or the arduous nature of the work may objectively justify a difference in treatment between employees.

According to the lawyer, the decision of the Cooperl creates a ?A breach of equality between employees?. The employer would therefore be exposed to industrial tribunal proceedings by an employee who considers himself discriminated against.

In addition, this decision constitutes a breach of medical confidentiality since it informs the employer of the vaccination status of its employees. However, the file on “Advice and good practices for the employer”, published on the website of the Ministry of Labor in the context of the Covid-19 epidemic, specifies that a company can neither “Impose temperature measurement, a screening test or vaccination on its employees” ni “Require his employee to inform him of the result of the test or of his vaccination status”.

Covid-19: can an employer force its employees to be vaccinated?

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Historical data from 2014 to 2019 and forecast data from 2020 to 2026.

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