CMS’s Caroline Froger-Michon: French labour law can be easier than it appears
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Caroline Froger-Michon
Shani Alexander
Shani Alexander, Senior Reporter 

Fears of employee-friendly labour laws and strike-happy unions has led to a persistent view that it is difficult to do business in France. For Caroline Froger-Michon, global co-head of CMS’s employment and pensions group, this means her country has a “bad reputation at an international level”, but, as she tells her multinational clients, navigating the intricacies of French labour law is not always that complicated.


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