the executive turns against the social partners

After a particularly tense meeting, employers and unions did not hide their dissatisfaction with the arbitrations presented Tuesday by the Minister of Labor, Élisabeth Borne.

The changes were expected, but the pill still goes badly … After more than two and a half hours of particularly tense meetings, employers and unions did not hide their dissatisfaction with the arbitrations presented Tuesday morning by the Minister of Labor, Élisabeth Borne , on the thorny reform of unemployment insurance.

If the Rue de Grenelle believes it has “Moved on almost all the parameters of the reform to achieve a good balance”, while maintaining “the mind” and «l’ambition» initial text, the social partners still ardently reject this new version, although softened and relaxed to be able to live in times of crisis.

“The unemployment insurance reform presented by Élisabeth Borne this morning is certainly less harsh than the initial project. But its philosophy and its impacts remain. It remains unfair, anachronistic, incoherent and unbalanced ”, commented in the wake of this last round of discussions the number one of the CFDT, Laurent Berger. “Despite

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