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Employer may access text messages exchanged via a professional mobile telephone

The legal context Issues regarding the ability of an employer to access messages and files exchanged by its employees using employer-supplied messaging networks or, more generally, devices placed at their disposal, occur quite frequently in the workplace and have given rise to a significant amount of case law. In principle, and from a French employment … Continue reading

Overspending on an employer-offered professional telephone package: salary deductions not permitted

The legal context Under French law, an employee’s remuneration is protected and the ability of an employer to deduct amounts owed to it by an employee from such employee’s remuneration is quite limited. At least in theory, the offsetting of an employee’s debts to his/her employer against the employee’s remuneration is possible provided that the … Continue reading