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Formation professionnelle; Négociation collective et durée du travail
Franck Morel has specialized in advising companies on collective labour-law issues: working hours, collective bargaining, relations with staff representative bodies, and management of change within the company.
He has also developed an advanced expertise in matters pertaining to various forms of employment and activities (temporary work, wage portage, freelance work platforms, etc. ), religious matters, vocational training and occupational health. He is also a former labour inspector, trained at the Institut National du Travail, de l’Emploi et de la Formation Professionnelle, where he was Director of Studies from 2001 to 2006.
He provides guidance not only to companies but also to a variety of institutions and professional federations.
A recognized expert in labour law for nearly twenty years, and a lawyer for five years with Barthélémy Avocats from 2012 to 2017, Franck Morel was advisor to four Ministers of Labour from 2007 to 2012 and to Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on labour relations, work and employment issues from 2017 to 2020. He has contributed to the formulation of 15 labour law reforms.
Franck Morel is the author of several books including “Un autre droit du travail est possible”, 2016, Fayard, co-written with Bertrand Martinot or “Durée et aménagement du temps de travail”, 9th edition in 2021, fiduciary review. He has written numerous articles in specialist journals.
Franck Morel is a senior fellow of the Institut Montaigne in the fields of work, employment and social dialogue.
Franck Morel holds a post-graduate degree (DESS) in human resources management from the IAE of Lyon III.
One of France’s leading boutique firms Flichy Grangé Avocats has large resources with a big and an impressive client base. The long-established practice routinely manages highly challenging work, including large-scale restructuring and litigation involving several hundred to more than a thousand employees. The practice has notably been entrusted by Société Générale to implement a collective contractual termination agreement for around 1600 job cuts around the world, and manages proceedings involving more than 800 plaintiffs concerning the shutdown of client Goodyear’s Amiens Nord plant in 2014. In addition, the firm is handling a high-stake asbestos and chemical risk-exposure related mass dispute, and provides assistance with some of the market’s most high-profile M&A transactions. The team includes many experienced partners including the recommended below names: founding partner Joël Grangé, Florence Aubonnet, Arnaud Chaulet, Olivier Kress, Blandine Allix, Florence Bacquet, Aurélie Cormier Le Goff, Jeannie Crédoz-Rosier, Stéphanie Dumas, Joumana Frangié-Moukanas, Nabila Fauché El Alougri, Stéphanie Guedes Da Costa, Juliana Kovac, Caroline Scherrmann and Amandine Vetu. Franck Morel, who was previously an adviser to former Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, who joined the firm in July 2020. Also recommended is counsel Romain Guichard. Stéphane Bloch left the firm.