There are more serene arrivals.
Nadia Bouyer takes up her duties as Managing Director of Action Logement this Tuesday in a very specific context.
For several months, the former 1% Housing, social housing giant in France (it owns a fifth of low-cost housing) and housing, has been in turmoil.
The government, and more particularly Bercy, wants a drastic reform of this juggernaut fueled by company contributions and led by employers' organizations - Medef and CPME - and the unions.
The State takes a billion euros in the Housing Action coffers
At a time when the state's finances are drained, the contribution of companies, which represents 0.45% of each salary, or about 1.7 billion euros per year, whets appetites.
“Bercy's dream is to budget for the contribution,”
reports a source close to the organization.
Clearly, to directly collect this contribution, the Peec, to feed the state budget.
A shift seen favorably by some employers.
“At Medef, some consider
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