A summary judge ruled in favor of the State against the PS mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo on some of his working time arrangements for agents of the capital, scheduled to come into force on January 1, 2022.
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At the request of the prefect of the Ile-de-France region, the Paris administrative court suspended Monday, October 25 two provisions of the new working time regulations for staff of the City of Paris, who worked according to the Court of Auditors 1.552 hours annual instead of the 1,607 required by the law of 6 August 2019 on the transformation of the civil service. By putting an end to derogatory situations, this law imposes 35 hours per week on public officials. The drafting of the regulations concerned had been the subject of negotiations with the unions, who feared the loss of eight days of annual leave. In the spring, cleaners had invaded the Town Hall at the call of the CGT, as well as the town hall of the 13th arrondissement.
The two contested points are the phased entry into force of the regulation during the first semester of 2022 for certain agents, or even on September 1 for those in school affairs, as well as a principle of
linked to the fact of working in the school. capital, synonymous with three additional days of RTT.
The magistrate considers that there is
"a serious doubt as to the legality"
of the two measures which
"will therefore not come into force on January 1, 2022"
with the regulation, while the judgment on the merits must intervene by the end of the first quarter of 2022.
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In a press release published Tuesday evening, the City announced that it was appealing this
“in no way a judgment on the merits”
, stressing that
“the rest of the by-law”
adopted in July
“is not contested”
In disagreement with this law which, according to it, generates an
"increase in working time"
going "against social progress" and calls into question
"the autonomy of local public employers",
the City has sought to limit its impact by this regulation with
"protective and forward-looking
for its agents"
, she insists.