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Inflation: “It is inconceivable that my employees are losing purchasing power”


TESTIMONIALS - Faced with rising prices, some companies are increasing the salaries of their employees or reopening negotiations.

“We measure the extent of the problems of employees by the number of registered letters that reach us for wage garnishments,”

says Paul de Montclos, the boss of Garnier-Thiebaut.

This Vosges household linen SME with 220 employees has just planned a second mandatory annual negotiation (NAO) in July, after that of February.

Persistent inflation, and in particular soaring energy prices, is already lowering the purchasing power of some French people.

Above all, it arouses concern among all, employees and employers alike.

To the point of reshuffling the cards, just a few weeks after the end of the NAO.

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After granting 2.5% increase to its employees in France in January, Danone will reopen negotiations in June.

“This is a subject to which we are very attentive,

assures the spokesperson for the agrifood giant.

A company with a social mission as strong as ours is sensitive to changes in inflation.”

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Source: lefigaro

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