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IR Share is a provider that shares information, documentation and expertise for HR managers and employee representatives. The IR Share website offers a single point of access to questions concerning labour law and industrial relations in Europe and the world. The IRshare agency operates by way of online publications, working groups, training devoted to relevant topics and a network of experts.
IR Share is responsible for the editorial content of the Liaisons sociales Europe review and is the national correspondent, for France, of the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (EUROFOUND).

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National measures to tackle Covid-19 crisis

The IR Notes editorial team is mobilising to keep you informed of the measures taken in each country to deal with the Covid-19 epidemic. With the help of our correspondents and contacts made with all…

Social services

Report on the Social Services Workforce in Europe: Current State of Play and Challenge

The main objectives of this report, carried out by IR Share, is to provide precise data on the sector’s workforce and challenges.  The report shows that the social services sector employed more…

An Uber driver is an employee

Second decision rendered by the Court of Cassation concerning platforms workers

The Court of Cassation approved the Court of Appeal for having deducted the performance of work under the authority of an employer who has the power to give orders and instructions, to…

EWC 4.0: the role of European Works Councils in the digitalisation era

ASTREES and IR Share led a project aimed at developing the role and added value of European Works Councils and SE Works Councils with regard to the effects of the digitalisation process currently under way within multinational groups.

The EWC 4.0 project, supported by the European Commission and CEC European Managers (a confederation representing executives and managerial staff in Europe), was based on the premise that progress…



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