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Good news is I finalized my employment agreement back in December.
The US company ended up hiring a professional employer organization in France which takes care of my payroll, expenses and vacation. Essentially they are my employer of record.

Does that mean in the case of a dispute that I only could take legal action against the French PEO and the US company would be considered free of any obligations?

Does anyone know how this works in French labor law?

Thank you.
 

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If you are working in France, then you are subject to French employment law. Given that the US company doesn't have a French branch or subsidiary, then yes, you are technically employed by the organization in France that handles your employment and payroll. It's between you and the employer organization in France if you have a problem with hours or days worked, hourly rates or anything else.
Cheers,
bev
 
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