The mutual care center René Laborie of the mutual Umen, serving in particular employees of the Parisian press, is in cessation of payments and is considering its liquidation, threatening the jobs of 135 employees, we learned Thursday from concordant sources.
The management sent an email to the 135 employees of the center on Wednesday to warn them that it had filed with the court a "
statement of cessation of payments
" with a "
request for judicial liquidation
taking into account the financial situation
A hearing on February 9
As for the practitioners of the center, they “
are invited to come back to their patients, guide them and provide them with the details they deem useful according to their care needs
”, added this email of which AFP was aware.
A hearing has been set in court on February 9, according to the same source.
On Thursday, the management indicated in a press release that it was "
premature to confirm or deny the continuation of the center's activity
But she specifies that the center's patients will have to assess the situation with their practitioner, "
if necessary not to carry out or start care that it would not be possible to complete in the current context of the center
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Management's decisions follow a right of alert from the auditor on November 22.
According to an elected employee, "
for 4 years the center has made an annual loss of 2 million euros, on a turnover of 10 million euros
" and a date for the center's closure of February 16 is mentioned internally. by management.
The mutualist center is separate from the mutual Umen of press, entertainment and communication professionals, itself a member of the Union mutualiste VYV.
The mutual center René Laborie and the mutual Umen had split from the mutual group Audiens in 2017.