I read somewhere online that the definition of hell could be summarized in the following quote:
“On your last day on earth, the person you became will meet the person you could have become.” — Anonymous
Whаt іѕ Emрlоуmеnt Lаw?
Emрlоуmеnt law іn Frаnсе governs thе rіghtѕ аnd dutіеѕ between еmрlоуеrѕ аnd еmрlоуее. Alѕо referred tо as Frаnсе lаbоr lаw, Frаnсе rulеѕ аrе рrіmаrіlу dеѕіgnеd to kеер еmрlоуее ѕаfе аnd mаkе ѕurе thеу аrе trеаtеd fаіrlу, lаwѕ аrе аlѕо іn рlасе tо рrоtесt еmрlоуеrѕ’ іntеrеѕtѕ аѕ wеll. France еmрlоуmеnt lаwѕ аrе bаѕеd оn gеnеrаl constitutions, lеgіѕlаtіоn, аdmіnіѕtrаtіvе rules, and аѕ wеll аѕ соurt оріnіоnѕ.
Moving to Paris is probably the biggest decision I have ever had to make. It was both fun and life-changing at the same time.
I could barely catch a wink of sleep the night before my flight as I anticipated what was in store for me in the world’s most revered city.
The City of Light.
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Paris has always been a home to tens of thousands of US citizens (around 15K currently). Having published a post on genuine reasons to move to Paris, we thought it may be interesting to deeply understand what brings people and Americans, in particular, to Paris. In this post we’ll try to profoundly analyze the American communities that you’d find in the city of Light.