Compensation and benefits

At a crossroads between employment law and tax law, the legal treatment of Compensation and Benefits today requires specific knowledge.

It is an important factor in attracting and retaining employees, and so in ensuring the competitiveness of any business. In a competitive and globalised economic context, CNB Avocats offers its clients solutions which are practical, realistic and tailored


to their needs by intervening before a decision is made by business advisors and directors, and then by assisting them in negotiations between the various parties affected by these issues: unions, administrations, banks, and employees or managers.

The practice scope of CNB Avocats in matters of Compensation & Benefits include:
– Employee shareholding (stock options, free shares, founding share subscription warrants (“BSPCE”), equity warrants (“BSA”)) and employee savings plans (mandatory profit-sharing agreement, optional profit-sharing agreement);
– Liquidity plans;
– Management compensation (for listed and unlisted companies);
– International mobility and pay optimisation;
– Capital increase opened to employees;
– Implementation of profit-sharing and group savings plans;
– Plans for targets and sales/marketing staff compensation