A overtaxation of fixed-term contracts (CDI) is one of the tracks from the government, to try to move forward on this, the day after a day of mobilization.
(Boursier.com) – François Hollande promised Thursday to review the controversial project to reform the labor law, which mobilized thousands of demonstrators in the streets Wednesday. “There is a consensus, there will be improvements,” promised the president during a trip to Moissy-Cramayel (Seine-et-Marne). “If consultation was undertaken at my request, it is to bring any clarification, all the details, address concerns, improve the device to enable convincing while keeping the spirit,” he pursued. Hours earlier, the Minister of Labour, Myriam El Khomri, had also confirmed relaxations.
“The spirit is there more hires in our country, more employment, and more young people, in particular, that come into permanent contracts, “he said. But Hollande has ruled out the withdrawal of the text, called by the CGT, Force Ouvrière and the student union UNEF. “Life is not to retreat, or withdraw life is moving forward, always forward, but forward in ensuring that we can give guarantees and to some and to others,” -t he said.
overtaxation of fixed-term contracts (CDI) is one of the tracks from the government, to try to move forward on this issue. “It is not in the text today. It can be in the discussion that the social partners may have in connection with trading on UNEDIC. Today it takes is encouraging hiring in the form of CDI, “said Hollande. “It is true that the fight against insecurity should be conducted. After the social partners shall settle the terms with us,” added the head of state.
The government had initially examine the text last Wednesday but postponed its presentation by the Cabinet to 24, the time for consultations with the social partners and receive youth movements. The online petition against the text was signed Thursday by 1,242,839 people.