ATTENTION: Starting from 1st of January 2018, the minimum wage in France increased to 9.88 euro / hour
ATTENTION: Since the 1st of January 2017, the French government has introduced the obligation of electronic submission of the certificates for posting drivers in France.
The French government has introduced since the 1st of January 2017 the obligation of completing/filling up the certificates online for posting drivers in France, by registering on a platform of the Ministry of Labour in France - www.sipsi.travail.gouv.fr.
However, certificates that are still valid shall be allowed until their expiry date, unless the conditions of deployment have changed after the 1st of January 2017.
Please take note of the fact that since the 1st of January 2017, the minimum wage in France will increase by 0.93%, from 9.67 euros / hour to 9.76 euros / hour.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT LOI MACRON?
Loi Macron is known as the law of minimum wage in France.
It was adopted by France in 2015 as the Law no. 2015-990 for economic growth, level playing field for economic opportunity and activity (Loi Macron) and it introduces the minimum wage in France.
Law Macron is available (only in French language) here
Loi Macron is also applicable to foreign road transport companies operating international road transport on the French territory (only transit operations being exempted), according to implementing Decree no. 2016-418 concerning the application of French minimum wage in transports field starting to 01.07.2016.
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO TO RESPECT LOI MACRON?
In order to respect the provisions of Loi Macron, foreign companies operating road transport on French territory should designate a representative in France, produce a certificate of posting for each driver who operates in France and pay the posted driver with the reference minimum wage in France.