|Local Time (LIVE):||8:51 AM|
|Local Currency:||$1 = €0.92|
|Business Language(s):||French (recommended), English|
|Tax Year Dates:||1st January – 31st December|
For companies looking to expand internationally, France offers up huge opportunities as the second largest economy and exporter in the EU. The country continues to maintain its status as a world leader in trade and tourism as well as research and development. Despite the opportunity for growth, there are a number of challenges to overcome when doing business in France, none more so than differing payroll and HR.
With unique social security systems in place, high corporate rates and naturally, a language barrier, it’s vital to understand the ins and outs of French legislation, payroll and HR compliance.
Working & Living in France
For information on what it’s like to work and live in France, check out our Living & Working in France Guide.
Details correct at time of publication. You should not rely on these details without first seeking professional international advice.