No major surprise at the end of the professional elections at the SNCF, the result of which was known on Friday.
The CGT-railway workers remain the leading union at the incumbent rail operator ahead of Unsa-ferroviaire, SUD-rail and the CFDT.
But if the order of the main power plants does not change, their weight changes somewhat.
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The CGT continues to lose ground: it now collects 32.44% of the vote, against 34.02% in 2018 and 44% in 2004
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Still second with 22.10%, Unsa lost 1.9 points compared to 2018.
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On the other hand, SUD-rail, a protest union, rose by 1.4 points to 18.67%.
Finally the CFDT-railway workers, rather reformist like the Unsa-railway, also gained 1.6 points, to 15.94%.
For future negotiations, the balance remains the same: the camp of the protesters, CGT and SUD, keeps the majority against the reformists Unsa and CFDT.
The CGT-cheminots and the Unsa-ferroviaire will therefore sit on 32 social and economic committees (CSE) out of the 33 in the group, against 27 for SUD and 28 for the CFDT.
Since the 2018 reform, the SNCF has been divided into five limited companies, each covering a very specific area: the network (SNCF Réseau), the trains (SNCF Voyageurs), the stations (SNCF Gares et Connexions), freight (Fret SNCF ) and management (SNCF Holding).
FO, with 7.79% of the vote, failed to cross the 10% threshold at group level and will therefore not be considered representative.
But the union will still sit in nine CSEs.