Cooling off in Parisian swimming pools may be difficult this summer.
The CGT has filed a strike notice for lifeguards, which runs from July 1 to August 31.
Not all municipal swimming pools in Paris will be affected simultaneously, but there will always be a risk of finding the door closed for the Parisian eager for freshness.
The lifeguards denounce their working conditions, and in particular the increase in their working time to 35 hours.
Swimming could be difficult.
Roll also, but that should wait until the start of the school year.
All road transport professionals, united in an inter-union bringing together the CGT, the CFDT, FO, the CFTC and the CFE-CGC, launched the movement at the end of June.
No impact for users
Filter dams have been set up in Lille (Nord), Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine), Nantes (Loire-Atlantique), Caen (Calvados), Miramas (Bouches-du-Rhône) or Orléans (Loiret).
The unions demand the immediate reopening of wage negotiations after those of October…
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