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Can we impose a quota of short contracts on companies?


VERIFICATION - This is what Jean-Luc Mélenchon is proposing. "I no longer accept that 85% of hires are fixed-term contracts", indignant the rebellious candidate last week.


Is the use of short contracts too massive in France?

Asked about TF1 last week, Jean-Luc Mélenchon was scandalized by an "





I no longer accept that

85% of hires are on fixed-term contracts


There must be a maximum number: 5% for very large companies and 10% [for others].

It is enough to mistreat people,

”protested the rebellious deputy.

The presidential candidate took up a track of his program: if he is elected, the former minister wishes "to

establish a maximum quota of precarious contracts in companies: 10% for small and medium-sized companies, 5% for large companies


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But is the figure quoted by Jean-Luc Mélenchon correct?

Are the majority of recruitments now carried out on fixed-term contracts?

And is his track credible?


Let us first look at the finding.

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Source: lefigaro

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