Appointments relating to employment and social security law
At your initial meeting, if your query relates to a salaried employee, the essential information is usually found in the employment contract and its annexes, the relevant collective convention, the status of being a “protected” employee or handicapped worker, any correspondence exchanged between the parties, any medical opinions, salary slips, the hours worked, etc.
When the query relates to a collective issue, it is often necessary to know the number of salaried employees involved in the business, their professional grade, the presence of a personnel representative, agreements relating to the business, its practice and any internal rules, etc.
It is best to bring these documents to your initial meeting.
Useful documents to bring to any meeting with us:
- At your first meeting, please bring all the information relating to the litigation, which are generally the same as those indicated above for advice, to which you may be able to add witness statements, material proof, reproduced facts, timesheets, etc.