What preparations are required for staff expatriation? Secondment/expatriation: which status to choose for staff being sent overseas?
What are the tax implications for employees going to work overseas? How should an international mobility policy be decided within a group?
What requirements are there for a foreign employer hiring staff in France?
How do foreign companies with no French-registered entity pay salaries and social contributions in France?
Companies of all sizes are faced with managing labour relations in an international context (foreign employees, expatriation, secondment…).
ELSE is able to provide bilingual lawyers with the expertise and experience needed to assist its clients on all international issues.
ELSE also has a network of preferred partners in high-growth international zones Europe, United Arab Emirates, North America for global support on all questions an international business might face (immigration, tax, insurance, local legal assistance etc…).
Setting up overseas: staff expatriation or secondment, choosing the appropriate legal status, identifying and optimizing the applicable social welfare schemes (CFE, CRE IRCAFEX, bilateral social security arrangement, territorial extension, private insurance).
Foreign employees in France: secondment, foreign service providers/subcontractors, identifying risk areas, residency permits, prior administrative authorisation, statutory provisions, workers’ rights.
Location assistance for foreign companies: setting up in France (registering with the URSSAF, hiring, work permits), assistance with labour relations (employment contracts, disciplinary measures, termination, transactions…).