No matter how large or small the workforce, personnel management is a completely separate subject that directors rarely delegate. In France, the regulations surrounding employment law are strict, complex, and constantly changing. Personnel management is extremely demanding, both in terms of resources and in terms of training and availability of the personnel department.
Over and above its highly technical aspect and the need to comply with legal constraints, personnel management is also a key area and a very delicate subject for businesses. Any errors, inaccuracies or delays in pay or employee entitlements can incur a high cost, whether financial or in terms of corporate image, or even criminal, in the eyes of the authorities and your staff.
RSA has a team of highly qualified professionals and a scalable service offer, to provide you with support.
The “Payroll” department, made up of specialists and practitioners, enables businesses to outsource all or part of this function to our practice. Our objective is to take administrative tasks away from the entrepreneur, with total safety, enabling him to optimise his costs and his personnel management.
Should the business wish to refocus on its core activity, or be experiencing difficulty in acquiring the necessary skills to manage payroll, our staff, highly experienced and fully trained in the latest techniques, can provide support in the management of various payroll-related issues:
The flexibility of our working methods means we can offer different modes of taking care of payroll processing:
For dealing with day-to-day personnel management, Rsa offers an Employment Law support service designed to:
Safely manage individual employee relations, from recruitment through to termination of the employment contract:
Employment contracts, labour relations administration, disciplinary procedures, termination of employment, physical incapacity of an employee.
Optimising individual employee relations in the interests of the business:
Setting working hours, employee savings schemes, employment incentives, employment status of the director.
Ensuring predictive employment risk management:
Anticipating criminal risk, taking preventative action, identifying and resolving harassment situations.
Optimising employee relations within your company:
Liaising with staff representation boards, setting up boards.
Supporting change within the business:
Workforce consequences of business expansion, the workforce impact of business restructuring.
A dedicated service for groups of companies:
Setting up a business in France: employee rights, managing inter-group mobility.
To assist you in undertaking a review of the internal practices in personnel management, RSA offers an employment law audit involving a range of methods and techniques that will enable you to: