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Deletions of positions at BFMTV and RMC : a call to the 24-hour strike Wednesday

"Sickening". It is by this term that the intersyndicale of the group NextRadioTV (Altice), mother house of BFMTV and RMC, complained about the vast plan of social in the enterprise. In fact, the group's management announced last week want to remove between 330 and 380 permanent positions in france and up to 200 jobs to freelancers and contract workers.

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to address this, a call to a 24-hour strike for this Wednesday to BFMTV, RMC, and in the other media group NextRadioTV has been approved at a general meeting of employees Tuesday, a-t-on learned from union sources. This stop-work threat, including the dissemination of the debate for the 2nd round of the municipal to Paris, scheduled for Wednesday evening on BFMTV and BFM Paris.

"This cup drastic is incomprehensible in a group that performs structurally benefits", emphasized last week the representatives of the employees. "Our goal will be to limit as much as possible the impact on the positions permanent and to continue the excellence in editorial, while developing the technological skills and the commercial forces that are essential to NextRadioTV", responded his side the group.

The editorial team conseilleAlain Weill: "We need to reduce the workforce by NextRadioTV"1 commentaireZORRO68le 23/06/2020 16:08

And if the be called journalists of BFM were to reduce their salaries

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