Nine unions, including the CFDT, CGT and UNSA, asked on Tuesday the withdrawal of the “of scales” of the industrial tribunal for unfair dismissal compensation provided for in the Bill El Khomri, a statement said. The text is signed by the CFDT, CFE-CGC, CGT, FSU, Solidaires South, Unsa, UNEF, UNL and Fidl (students). FO, present at the meeting, did not sign. All organizations, including FO, have decided to meet on March 3 to “deepen” their analyzes on the reform of labor law.
“Risks for employees’
The Inter held on Tuesday, the first since 2013, was to discuss the law El Khomri, text welcomed by the employers and the right but decried by unions and the majority because considered too favorable to businesses. It specifies, among others, the conditions of redundancy, caps the industrial tribunal allowances and provides for the primacy of company agreements on the branch in terms of working time. Tuesday, these organizations, “together and to varying degrees,” found that “the project developed without real consultation, will profoundly change the labor laws and carries risks for workers and young people who aspire to get a job “we read in the press release.
the signatories, including the meeting lasted about three hours at the headquarters of the CGT,” are not satisfied with this project and demand the withdrawal of the of scales of prud’homales compensation payable for unfair dismissal and measures that increase the unilateral power of the employer. ” Meanwhile, they “agree to work together on new rights of construction, and other articles of the draft, particularly on redundancies, the package days, work organization and health at work, learning.”