The reform of the unemployment insurance does not please the general secretary of the CFDT.
On Thursday 17 November, the Danish Parliament finally adopted the bill on unemployment insurance, which paved the way for a graduation of the duration of the compensation in relation to the economic situation. A victory for the government, which thus responds to a campaign promise from Emmanuel Macron.
“It’s the most absurd thing we could have done”
Guest at the radio microphone france info this Thursday, Lawrence Berger no mincing words about the cashier form. “It’s the most absurd thing we could have done,” criticizes the general secretary of the CFDT and regrets it “this reform also affects job seekers who are in training”.
Reform of the unemployment insurance: the duration of the compensation reduced by a quarter to “encourage” the unemployed to accept a new job
“I say this today to the government: ‘stop taking us for idiots!'”released Laurent Berger, accusing the latter of wanting “earn 4 billion [d’euros] savings on the social security fund system”. According to the general secretary of the first trade union in France, this reform “will have no impact on employment” considers that it is a measure which “aims to brush in the direction of the hair of an electorate and to make budgetary savings”.
ud83dudde3 Reform of the unemployment insurance u27a1ufe0f “This reform also affects jobseekers during training. It is the most absurd thing we could have done”, criticizes Laurent Berger. Tell the government ‘stop taking us for idiots!'” pic.twitter.com/Abp6wE5qVp
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