With a dedicated team specialising in employment law, Gordon S. Blair represents the interests of both employers and employees, residents and non-residents, offering vast experience and creative ideas for resolving complex situations involving both French and Monegasque jurisdictions.
Hiring and employing staff in Monaco
Any natural or legal person who, for their operations, seeks to hire staff is required to apply for authorisation and register their employees with the Monegasque social security and retirement pension regimes, known respectively as CCSS and CAR. Registration entitles the employee to social security benefits.
We provide clients who employ staff in Monaco with our expertise in the field of social security law and HR management. Gordon S. Blair is an intermediary of choice for all of the social security bodies, and enjoys direct and smooth relations with Government departments.
Social and labour law audit: the key questions
Our specialist teams are regularly asked to conduct social audits. Several issues must be considered in detail, including whether employment contracts comply with applicable laws and regulations, statutory working times are observed, the company’s internal policies and procedures are compliant, etc.
Gordon S. Blair offers a complete service, and we are able to rely on other in-house experts for related subjects such as taxation, pensions, and regulatory issues.
Gordon S. Blair assists and supports clients in areas governed by frequently changing legislation:
- Hiring formalities
- Employment contracts
- International mobility
- Compensation and benefits policy
- Managing employment relations and negotiating with staff representatives
- Corporate restructuring (collective redundancy plans)
- Social audits
- Individual redundancies
- Personal data protection (employment law)
- Employment law and social security law litigation
- Business law and Corporate Law
- Yachts, Aircraft and Trophy Assets
- Labour Law and Employment matters
- Banking, Financial Institutions, and Asset Management
- Eastern Europe Clientele
- Real Estate
- Family Organizations and Governance Mechanisms
- Tax - Natural Persons and Legal Entities
- Inheritance and Estate Planning
- Relocation to Monaco
- International Mobility
- Risk and Compliance