After the kick, the hand grip. A week after the release of a first company agreement, the unions and the management of France Télévisions announced Thursday a new compromise that maintains the elimination of 900 positions, but provides for enhanced cooperation. This new "framework agreement" plans in particular to negotiate "project-by-project" level of employment, stressed the CGT in a press release. The agreement has also been signed by the CFDT and FO, representing 85% of employees represented. Only the SNJ has maintained its veto.
The direction of France Télévisions can blow. The president of the group Delphine Ernotte was committed personally for the agreement to be signed prior to the Board of directors scheduled for this Friday. After ten days, the direction is back on Monday in front of the employees with this new version. "The first version focused mainly on the method of the plan of departure, indicates the direction. This time, we have emphasized the high ambitions of the group and the investment that will accompany its transformation. We were in the how, we have integrated the why," says-t-on France Télévisions.
On the approximately 9600 employees of France Télévisions, 50% have more than 50 years. Only 3% were less than 30 years
In fact, the agreement maintains the objectives of deletions of positions in order to develop the digital offering of the group and the rejuvenation of teams. "There is both a desire to diversify the profiles and an important issue of gender diversity generational. Currently, of the approximately 9600 employees of France Télévisions, 50% have more than 50 years. Only 3% are under 30 years old," explains the management of the company.
The maximum number of departures possible in the device remains fixed at 2, 000 by 2022, on a voluntary basis, with 1100 recruitments permanent contract, for this group, which had approximately 9,600 employees at the end of 2018. "We all know very well that unfortunately, there is no choice", recognizes the FO in a statement. "These reductions are only the consequences of the budget cut announced last summer by the Prime minister. With or without agreement, they would have taken place". The government has indeed asked for an effort, the savings will be in the range € 400 million by 2022."Operation camouflage"
For the CGT, the new agreement "opens a new chapter in the social life of the company, a lot more balanced than what had initially concocted the HRD". The latest version specifies that departures will be the subject of consultation with the "project by project", in the framework of the GPEC (forward management of employment and skills). The positions left vacant will be placed in reserve and "redeployed according to the needs of development" of the group. And 50% of hires on permanent contracts will target "priority" of precarious jobs in the group. The SNJ, the only union that has not signed the agreement, saw its share of changes in trompe-l'oeil. The change with the previous version lies in the fact that this time the words "rupture conventionnelle collective" are never used. An omission cannot deceive those who want to be fooled", tackle-t-it, before denouncing a "operation camouflage."Updated Date: 12 May 2019, 00:00