It is an almost obligatory passage for any new entrant on the labor market… And in the space of 20 years its weight has continued to increase.
The fixed-term contract (CDD) represented, in 2019, 87% of hires (excluding temporary workers) in establishments with 50 or more employees in the private sector.
A good 11 points compared to 2000, according to a study on the use of short contracts carried out by the statistical service of the Ministry of Labor (Dares).
A phenomenon that shows that getting a CDI for your first job is almost an achievement.
But this increase is largely driven by fixed-term contracts of one month and which are synonymous with a certain precariousness.
As Élisabeth Borne indicates this Thursday, in
, these fixed-term contracts of less than a month have exploded by 250% in the space of ten years.
This is at the heart of our unemployment insurance reform.
Some employees have more than 50 fixed-term contracts in the year.
The current system encourages companies in certain sectors to manage their flexibility
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