Economic and social unit
In French right, the economic and social unit (EU) is a concept forcing with the regrouping of several companies juridically distinct for the installation from a common work's council. It results from a legal decision. The unit made up must gather a minimum of fifty paid.
The article L 431 - 1 of the Labor regulation stipulates that " when EU gathering at least fifty paid is recognized by convention or by decision of the courts between several juridically distinct companies, the installation of the common EC is obligatoire".
This concept is of jurisprudential origin. Appeared for the first time in a stop of the Court of appeal of April 23rd, 1970, it was taken again by the law Auroux of October 28th, 1982. It since appeared in the laws Aubry (June 13rd, 1998 and January 19th, 2000) relating to the reduction of the working time like in the law of February 19th, 2001 relating to the salary savings.
a file devoted to the economic and social unit on the site of CFTC.
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