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maximum Voltage between trade unions and employers are on the point of stop the negotiation on the reform of the unemployment insurance Thursday evening. The di

Unemployment insurance: the trade unions are launching an ultimatum to the employers

maximum Voltage between trade unions and employers are on the point of stop the negotiation on the reform of the unemployment insurance Thursday evening. The di

Unemployment insurance: the trade unions are launching an ultimatum to the employers

maximum Voltage between trade unions and employers are on the point of stop the negotiation on the reform of the unemployment insurance Thursday evening. The discussions are unsuccessful still seriously on the fight against the excessive use of short-term, the topic of most contention in the discussion. And, in particular, on the introduction of a "bonus-malus" on employer contributions. A device championed by trade unions and arouses the fierce opposition of the representatives of employers (Medef, CPME, U2P). Except that nobody wants to take the responsibility for a failure of the discussions.

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In unison, all five union negotiators are mounted to the niche and have launched an ultimatum to the employers: "they have left it until next Tuesday. If they get a mandate and if they formalize a written agreement that contains a modulation of the contributions to unemployment insurance, then at that time we will be there on the 20th February at the negotiating table," said the number two of the CFDT, Marylise Leon. "I think the board is at the foot of the wall", has launched its next Michel Beaugas, negotiator, FO that, however, believes "very moderately" to a new written proposal of the employers. For him, the firm position adopted by the unions remains "coherent": the organizations have drawn a red line by saying "if there was no bonus-malus in the draft agreement," the latter simply could not be concluded.

Compromise criticized

During this session may be the last, the trade unions have severely criticised the first overall compromise put on the table by the management representatives on this reform. It aims to combat the precariousness of employment, to encourage the unemployed to return to the labour market, and achieve 3 to 4 billion euros of savings over three years. In its compromise, the board has proposed a series of alternative provisions for the establishment of a bonus-malus. With, as a lighthouse, a hardening of the rules of the CSD in use, these contracts extra very flexible used by the employers for short-term missions the number of times they wish and without paying compensation for termination of contract. The compromise plan also proposes to revise certain rules of compensation, as the conditions for the award of the allowance or its calculation. A subject sensitive to the unions, because it is neither more nor less, according to them, reduced some of the rights of the unemployed. This is simply impossible in their minds. The unions have also rejected the proposal of the Medef, to create a "premium of insecurity", an idea called "totally destitute" by the negotiator of the CFE-CGC, Jean-François Foucard.

The uncertain resumption of negotiations

For the time being, the resumption of the negotiations, therefore, seems a long way off and the tone goes up gradually: the negotiator for the CGT, Denis Gravouil, believes, "not one second" to an agreement on the modulation of the employer contribution, when his colleague of the CFTC, Eric Courpotin, said he was "not convinced either that the employers wanted to lead the discussions. On Twitter, the secretary general of the CFDT, Laurent Berger, has called on employers to "finally put proposals consequent on the table" to solve the problem of the "precariousness". In front, the negotiator Medef felt that the discussions were coming to a "crossroads", adding that he questioned "the capacity of trade union organisations to respond to a specification". This Friday morning, the president of the CFE-CGC has in turn showed vehement: reacting to remarks of the president of the Medef, who believes that trade unions are not yet returned in a posture of dialogue, François Hommeril denounced "the oscar of bad faith" employers "irresponsible" on the issue of the short-term. A few hours later, on France Info, the general secretary of the CGT, Philippe Martinez, recalled that the bonus-malus was non-negotiable for the fight against precariousness: "The bonus, the employer already has a lot", consider it, citing as an example the CICE. "Now, he takes the penalty".

Publish Date : 16 Şubat 2019 Cumartesi 00:00

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