BCLP Paris Counsel Sarah Delon-Bouquet was interviewed Feb. 19 by Business O Feminin about the increasing trend in terminations mutually agreed with young employees. With such mutually-agreed terminations, employees can agree to leave their employer, and receive unemployment benefits for up to two years. According to Delon-Bouquet, "young people know they will have several jobs throughout their career and will change positions or even jobs. It is a security for them to know that they can leave with financial support." Such terminations aim at reaching an agreement on the termination, rather than to have to go through a dismissal, it "enables negotiations that will not give rise to litigation" between the employee and the employer, she added.