Muriel Pénicaud, the minister of Labour has estimated that Tuesday morning that France will cross the 10% unemployment rate this year, a record while there are more than three months the bar was passed for the first time in 11 years to 8.1%.read also : The unemployment rate will explode in the coming months ?
What are the prognoses for the employment of the minister of Labour after the crisis in health and economic due to the Covid-19 ? "We expect business failures and layoffs," said Muriel Pénicaud this Tuesday on BFM Business. "We will pass the 10%", as she estimated, so that "three months ago, I spoke of a rate of unemployment to 8.1%". "We had the flashing green to go to 7%," but "there it is no longer possible," she admitted.
"The subject it will be to limit the rise in unemployment (..) it is for this reason that we need to find alternatives (...) the job is going to be the compass," said Muriel Pénicaud. The minister reminded that the government is working on a "recovery plan" for the job and will present its edge to the end of the week. The focus will be on learning, while tens of thousands of young graduates preparing to enter the job market in shambles.
"For me it is a very high-priority learning", highlighted the minister, who welcomed a 16 per cent increase in apprentices by 2019. "A country that invests more on the youth this is a country that has no future," said Muriel Pénicaud. "My message to companies is, "we helped you, are helping the country by training young people in"".
in addition, the minister has reacted to the proposal of Ryanair, to accept reduced wages to its employees in france, under pain of dismissal. The ordinances of the law work of 2017 provide, in effect, branch agreements to put in place pay cuts if the company is in trouble, but they are not properly used according to Muriel Pénicaud.read also : Microsoft lays off journalists, to be replaced by robots
These orders have "a mind that is not the one used by Ryanair" she said. "They don't respect the way we do in France (...) when a company goes through a difficult time, generally terminates, where (the ordinances of the law work, editor's Note), it allows you to say, we are going to discuss the organization of work and in return not to fire (...) but for example we can increase the incentive when it's going better," she explained, comparing these details to the "blackmail" of Ryanair.
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