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Minister of Health and Social Affairs Didier Gamerdinger has held an information meeting with Monaco’s social partners – employers and unions – following the recent changes in the work force by President Macron’s new government.
Following amendments in French labour law in September, the Minster wanted to hear from the employers and unions and to share with them the analysis of Monaco’s Directorate of Labour on the potential impact of the Macron Ordinances for Monegasque Social Law.
All the new French provisions were presented and commented on, with a technical and legal analysis of the possible – rather limited – consequences in Monaco.
Mr Gamerdinger reassured those present that the employees of the Principality are not concerned at this stage by the increase of the Generalised Social Contribution (CSG).
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