Bitterness for some, disgust for others ... A few hundred employees of Nokia, formerly Alcatel-Lucent, gathered on Tuesday morning at the Nozay site in the Paris region. They came to protest against the abolition announced on June 22 of 1,233 jobs in France, out of the group's 5,200 jobs in the country. More specifically, one third of the workforce of the former Alcatel-Lucent is affected. Essentially, it should be a question of dismissals and not voluntary departures. The details of the plan will be given to the unions next week.
Read also: Nokia social plan: unions denounce a "windfall effect" with the pandemic
After the acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent by Nokia in 2015, the French sites had been relatively spared from restructuring. The pendulum return is violent. The anger of the French employees of the group is all the stronger since they feel betrayed. Nokia had made commitments to the government on maintaining employment in France. Nokia management and the government say the commitments have been kept. In Nozay,
This article is for subscribers only. You have 74% left to discover.
Subscribe: € 1 the first month
Cancelable at any timeEnter your email
Already subscribed? Log in