I used to work at McDonald's across the street and then I got tired of it. I crossed the street and found this job." Bursts of laughter in the room. Faced with this young employee of the Hyper U of Brie-Comte-Robert (77), Aurélien Pradié, hitherto screwed on his chair, stiffens a little, not without cracking a smile. "We must change the formula, we spend our time saying that the one who pronounced it is disconnected!" His fellow MP, Raphaël Schellenberger, added: "Say you crossed the car park!" Or, insists Mr. Pradié, "that you have walked a few meters..."
This visit marks the first in a series of trips. "For a year, I want to go around France and talk about work," says Mr. Pradié. And this, he says, without taboos. The 4-day week? "This is a subject that cannot be left to the left." The CDD/CDI model? Maybe a little "outdated". After holding a seminar on work, to which the philosopher Julia de Funès was invited...
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