Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux, who will hand over the reins at the head of the Medef on 6 July after the elections, defends his record and stresses that the image of companies has never been so good.
THE FIGARO. - A week ago, you met Élisabeth Borne at Matignon to discuss the post-retirement files on which we will have to work. In what state of mind did you come out of it?
Geoffroy ROUX DE BÉZIEUX. - I welcome the government's willingness to change the method of social dialogue. We asked for it. Emmanuel Macron wanted us to discuss the topics to come in "a hundred days". I said it was not possible. Let us recall, for example, that the agreement on the sharing of value required 10 negotiation sessions between the social partners, and the agreement on accidents at work no less than 14 sessions. It is not a question of inertia, it is a question of compromise. And building a compromise takes time. While I understand that this can create...
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