For more than 20 years, Hortense GEBEL has been assisting companies in solving their individual or collective labour issues.

Her great ability to listen enables her to take into consideration the various issues at stake in the cases submitted to her, and in particular, beyond the sole legal sphere, regardless of the level of the subject dealt with:

  • The human, relational and even psychosocial dimension of an individual or collective crisis situation
  • The operational, economic and strategic aspects of a project to change social structures and work organisation methods.

Devoted to her clients, she considers that her role is to put the subtleties of labour law at the service of a company’s objective: she can then make use of her main quality, which is to combine precise and rigorous reasoning with a broad and clear-sighted vision of the issues.

Like all LUSIS lawyers, she operates in both counselling and litigation in all areas of labour law.

However, her appetite for both technical and practical issues has naturally led her to specialise in the field of remuneration, employee savings, working hours and restructuring.

  • Social support for company transformation projects: from activity transfers to restructuring projects.
  • Management of collective labour relations: counselling, coaching and training activities focused on the functioning of the Social and Economic Committee (CSE) and the chairmanship of staff representative bodies.
  • Preparation and support for collective bargaining on working hours, employee savings schemes and remuneration policies.
  • Health and safety at work: integrating the prevention of professional risks into individual and collective labour relations.
  • Individual and collective labour disputes.
  • Criminal liability of the company and its managers.
  • Conducting training courses on current labour law issues as well as various thematic training courses, in particular relating to :
    • Setting up and running the Social and Economic Committee: training for chairpersons, human resources teams and joint training.
    • Employee savings: developing a complementary remuneration strategy.
    • Criminal liability of managers.
    • Tools for restructuring the company.
  • Associate lawyer from 1 January 2000 to 31 December 2007, then partner from 1 January 2008 to 31 December 2011 at FROMONT BRIENS
  • Lawyer at FROMONT BRIENS from 1 January 2000 to 31 December 2007
  • Partner and co-founder of LUSIS AVOCATS since 2012
  • Appréhender les relations avec le CSE avec créativité et inventivité au lendemain de la crise sanitaire (“Apprehending relations with the Social and Economic Committee creatively and inventively in the aftermath of the health crisis”).
  • Télétravail : nouveaux enjeux, nouvelles revendications (“Remote working : new challenges, new demands”).
  • Se saisir des outils mis à la disposition des entreprises pour affronter les changements qui s’imposent à elle et repenser les conditions du dialogue social (“Making use of the tools available to companies to face the changes that are imposed on them and rethink the conditions of social dialogue”).
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