A lawyer and a data analyst launch legaltech jobexit.fr

The development of legaltechs continues its course despite the health crisis. And for good reason, some of them meet an even stronger need today. Latest example to date, jobexit.fr, a Marseille legaltech that offers automated quantification of severance pay for employers and employees.

Behind this legaltech, two friends with complementary skills: Jean Martinez, lawyer specializing in labor law and co-founder of the firm ONE, and Eric de la Broise, data analyst.

In his activity, Jean Martinez has been in the habit, for years, of providing his clients with detailed figures on the termination of employment contracts. “These calculations were a recurring need in the life of the company and in the course of the employees“, insists the lawyer. This tool thus makes it possible to provide a clear and educational answer and therefore to make a choice among the various possible options when one wishes to separate from an employee. Indeed, the company knows with details the costs for each dismissal option.The employee, for his part, will have the details of the earnings.This tool helps to make the right decision.

80% of collective agreements

The tool offers a free simulator for employees. “It was launched in December and we have already had hundreds of users“, specifies the co-founder. At the same time, a simulator for employers with much more advanced functionalities has been developed. The offer is paid for by companies (with different formulas: per use, batch of use , subscription). The simulator is easy to access. Once the account has been created, it is necessary to fill in the information necessary to calculate the allowances. And in particular the status of the employee, his date of entry into the company, his date of birth but also the applicable collective agreement.”This last point is among the most important and complex because there are a multitude of conventions. We have integrated into our tool the main conventions which represent 80% of the private sector“. Other data to be specified: the number of paid holidays to date, the date of payment of allowances, annual remuneration, the employee’s tax rate, etc.


Other points are addressed very clearly and testify to the picky side of the tool: can the employee claim a sum of money from you, for example if he has overtime that has not been paid? Questions about the company are also asked. For example: do you want the employee to give notice?

Once the data is completed, it only takes a few seconds to see the costing appear (severance pay, paid leave, risk estimate if litigation, negotiated compensation, etc.) depending on the different options selected. “Many companies today face two alternatives: conventional termination or redundancy.

The site also offers information related to the breach of a contract. “This allows the employee to work well on his file before discussing with human resources.“. The paid tool which is in the commercialization phase is aimed at lawyers, accountants and companies.

It is a tool that saves time. And allows you to focus more on your core business, consulting. Because on this point, the machine can never replace the human being“.

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