French employment law: Dealing with the CSE in France

As a French interpreter specialised in human resources and CSE consultations, I have often been called upon to interpret during meetings between English speakers representing global businesses and members of the French Social and Economic Committee speaking on behalf of their French colleagues.

For many HR directors, CEOs or heads of department in multinational organisations, the CSE - with its feisty union representatives and its plethora of red tape - can be something of a cultural shock. So I’ve summarised the basics of what you need to know to effectively deal with your French CSE.

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