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What to do when faced with disloyal behaviour of an employee

What to do when faced with disloyal behaviour of an employee

AEF Breakfast, Tuesday, 9 December 2014, by Marie-Françoise Clavel


The employee is bound by a duty of loyalty to his employer. His activity must be dedicated to the company, and not to personal affairs. In practice, what types of behaviour constitute disloyal actions? Lies told at the time of recruitment? Transmitting information to third parties? Working during holidays? How can the employer prove these actions? What sanctions could be taken? What should be done if the employee has left the company? These questions will be at the center of the breakfast organised on Tuesday, 9 December 2014 by AEF in partnership with Marion Ayadi and Isabelle Ayache-Revah, partners of the Raphaël law firm.


The employee is bound by a duty of loyalty to his employer. His work time and the means made available by his employer must be dedicated to the company, and not to personal affairs. The duty of loyalty, which is an inherent part of the employment contract, remains binding on the employee outside of working hours and may continue after termination of the employment contract under a non-compete clause.

In practice, what types of behaviour can be considered as deloyal action? How can the employer prove these actions? What sanctions could be taken? To what purpose? What should be done if the employee has left the company?

These questions will be taken up at the breakfast on Tuesday, 9 December 2014, organised by the AEF in partnership with Marion Ayadi and Isabelle Ayache-Revah, partners of the Raphaël law firm.

For information and registration, please contact Claire Boccard
claire.boccard@aef.info
Tel: 01 53 10 09 64