You didn't must be an excellent clerk to guess that on the finish of July, The staff would discover itself in a useless finish. When, Monday June 8, the group's administration (The staff, The Journal Workforce, the channel L’Equipe, L’Equipe.fr, Bicycle Journal, France Soccer, Sport & Type, properties of the Amaury Group) offered its draft collective efficiency settlement (APC) to the employees representatives of SAS (simplified joint inventory firm, from which the tv channel is excluded), the workers had already began to see pink.
As of Might 31, their elected officers had put them within the highlight: in the event that they wished to keep away from 100 layoffs, they must return sixteen days of RTT (out of twenty-two) and settle for a minimize of about 10% of their wage. And if, within the occasion that the unions settle for the settlement, they refuse it for themselves, they could possibly be pressured to depart. A "Job blackmail" unacceptable to the vast majority of them, shortly gathered in a WhatsApp group the place we generally rubbed our ears, however above all stored heat.
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"I don't know if an old style common meeting, with 200 individuals in a single room and two or three passionate pasionarias, would have been simpler," entrusts an worker. The administration defined that its proposals, subsequently amended, had been quite the opposite geared toward saving jobs with a purpose to preserve editorial energy, the rejection of the APC, registered on Thursday, July 30, was inevitable. Folks had counted, to make sure: of the 251 voters within the WhatsApp group, 245 voted in opposition to, solely 6 voted for.
"I remorse that the standard of the dialogue was less than the stakes", instantly declared Jean-Louis Pelé, the managing director, former director of human sources of the Amaury Group. To persuade individuals of the need of his plan, he had established two situations for the long run. The primary, "smooth", expects SAS working revenue to fall by 3.Three million euros in 2021 and by 8.2 million euros in 2022; the second, extra pessimistic, forecasts losses of seven.9 million in 2021, and 13.1 million the next yr. “There’s a hole between the perceived financial actuality (by collaborators) and the precise financial actuality, he blames. However it’s an optical phantasm to consider that the shareholder will all the time finance the losses: our decline, which the Covid has accelerated, is fixed, common. "
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