Launched in the marathon-paced reforms upon his assumption of office in may 2017, the minister of Labour, Muriel Pénicaud, did not have a respite these last 24 months. The ordinances for the reform of the labour code in 2017, the revamping of the vocational training and apprenticeship in 2018 (law professional future) and, finally, the reform of unemployment insurance in 2019 of which the decrees of application were published at the end of July... The tenant of the Hôtel du Châtelet is on the first line to carry out these three social reforms flagship of the five-year term, promised by Emmanuel Macron during the presidential campaign. Under the watchful eye of the Matignon and the Elysée.
She turned now the page of this sequence of legislative dense, controversial and very ambitious, which aims to renovate the French social model considered archaic. "I am proud of the work we have done in these two years," says the Figaro the minister, who, at his hours ...Updated Date: 10 August 2019, 00:00