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Don't “three quarters of restructuring” have to do with the Covid-19?

2020-09-17T10:23:02.966Z

THE VERIFICATION - The secretary general of the CGT Philippe Martinez believes that companies are taking advantage of the pandemic to announce social plans.



THE QUESTION.

From Renault to Air France, via Nokia and Sanofi, restructuring plans, the social aspect of which relates to job cuts, are multiplying in France.

After Auchan last week, the ax fell on Monday for the employees of the Alinéa furniture brand: 992 of them will soon be fired.

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Despite the effects of government announcements on job protection, the list of social plans has continued to grow since the end of confinement.

In total, 345 job protection plans (PSE) have been identified since March 1.

According to the statistics service of the Ministry of Labor, the Dares, more than 51,000 jobs are threatened, more than double than over the same period in 2019.

Despite the unprecedented scale of the recession, large companies have been criticized here and there for wanting to maintain their margins at all costs, to the detriment of maintaining their workforce.

Last week, the Minister of the Economy

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Source: lefigaro

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