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Partial unemployment still in high demand

2021-01-21T20:37:45.544Z

2.9 million people benefited from this device in November according to Dares. More than ten months after the start of the health crisis, companies still continue to massively use short-time work… According to the latest figures from the statistical service of the Ministry of Labor, the Dares, 2.9 million workers have thus were affected by this system in November, a month marked by a re-containment and a further slowdown in economic activity. A clear increase, therefore, com



More than ten months after the start of the health crisis, companies still continue to massively use short-time work… According to the latest figures from the statistical service of the Ministry of Labor, the Dares, 2.9 million workers have thus were affected by this system in November, a month marked by a re-containment and a further slowdown in economic activity.

A clear increase, therefore, compared to the months of September and October which showed respectively 1.3 million and 1.8 million employees actually placed in partial unemployment.

However, the level in November remains below the approximately 8.4 million French people covered by the device in April, during the first confinement.

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On the financial side, the total cost of this job-saving mechanism now stands at 25.1 billion euros for the period from January to November.

And, over the whole year, also taking into account the long-term partial activity device (APLD), the Ministry of Labor expects expenditure of around 30 billion.

This device deployed since the summer and which can extend up to 24 months now covers 420,000 employees, Élisabeth Borne revealed last Friday.

If this figure is encouraging, that of employment protection plans (PSE) is much less ...

The weekly number of terminations of employment contracts envisaged in January as part of a social plan more than tripled compared to the last two weeks of December, going from 620 to 2,040. Proof that 2021 promises to be as complicated, if it is no longer that 2020 on the employment front ...

Source: lefigaro

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