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On July 1, 2016, the so-called “Macron Law” took effect in France, which establishes a series of requirements for transporters.
This law applies to drivers of companies that transport merchandise and travelers established in a different Member State of the European Union. That is, all Spanish transportation companies that operate in France must comply with this new law.
The Macron Law does not establish new rights for displaced workers in France, rather, it has the objective of creating the necessary conditions so that their rights are more respected (right to a minimum salary, payment for extra hours, salary bonuses, etc.).
If you want to know more, at Cepsa, we help you with all operations and to resolve all of your questions related to this law.
From Starressa we recommend you contact BAGEM Services at +34 913 500 800 to make the necessary arrangements.
They have the knowledge and experience to comply with the new French regulations.
They manage the operations remotely.
They need your consent to represent you before the French Administration and carry out the operations on your behalf.
The law provides that the representative must have at the disposal of the competent authorities the documents relating to each posted worker, up to 18 months from the completion of the transport.
This document must be completed:
- Company and employee identification data.
- Methods of remuneration (per diems, etc.) paid (from July 2016).
- Details of the representative in France, with permanent address in France and representation contract with the carrier.
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