Wednesday, October 12, 2016

The recruitments at Renault: “the account is not there,” according to the CGT –

The CGT points out that "près  10,000 employeeés have lefté"  Renault à at the end of 2016, which is far  more than the 8.260 déunits of record"  in a agreement of 2013-AFP/Archives/JEAN-FRANCOIS  MONIER

The CGT points out that “nearly 10,000 employees will be leaving Renault at the end of 2016, which is far more than the 8.260 departures enrolled” in an agreement of 2013-AFP/Archives/JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER

“The account is not there”, estimated CGT-Renault Wednesday about the recruitment announced 1,000 additional people on permanent contracts in France by the end of the year, while the CFDT insisted on the “price” paid by the employees for the return of the competitiveness.

The automaker announced on Tuesday that these recruitments, which are in addition “to 1.000 new hires in 2015 and the 1,000 recruitments announced in the month of February 2016″, “3.000″, the number of hires on permanent contracts “between 2015 and 2016″.

“The group is therefore considerably” 760 recruitments recorded in the agreement of competitiveness was signed in 2013 with the three unions, has pointed out Renault in a press release.

“of course, the number of permanent positions are always welcome and who would complain !”, writing the CGT, the second union at the automaker, in a press release, “but don’t be fooled by the effects of “ads” because “the account is not there !”

The CGT recalls that “almost 10,000 employees have left the company at the end of 2016 (9.847 depending on the direction), or far more than the 8.260 departures listed in the agreement,” 2013.

The announcement of these 1,000 hiring additional helps bring the net balance of job losses of 7,500 to “6.850″, recognizes the union, but “about 9,000 temporary workers work in our factories and more than 3,600 providers are present in our engineering,” he observes, asking for more hires.

For the CFDT, which, like the CGT would have wished that the employees and trade unions are informed in advance, this “good news” is the “fruit” of the agreement of 2013 that she had signed with the CFE-CGC and FO, and “the effort of employees.”

“This does not say Mr. (Carlos) Ghosn (Ceo of Renault-Nissan), it is what he has to to employees. It is at what price and on what terms this spectacular return of the competitiveness has been obtained,” writes the union, citing “high rates, too high number of temporary workers”.

The CFDT recalls the “challenges” of the current negotiation of a new enterprise agreement: “to create jobs where they are sorely needed, make the necessary investments for the coming years and implement the necessary measures in terms of recognition of skills


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