In the public service, only the indispensable personnel are required to come to work physically. For others, teleworking is becoming the organization of the work by default. If the telework is " impossible ", the agents are placed in special authorization of absence and is paid at 100%. Sometimes in teams the agents alternate between special authorization of absence and physical presence.read also : part-time Unemployment : "The € 8.5 billion that was initially planned will be clearly not"
The placement by special permission of no concern to 50% in the public service of the State, and between 40% and 50% in the territorial public service. The very large number of agents placed in special authorization of absence (ASA) are paid at 100% because the part-time unemployment does not exist for the statutory agents or contractors (only those of the EPIC may be affected).
a Lot of public service unions prefer to far the special leave of absence to telework and have – to some — encouraged State agents to demand to be placed in ASA rather than telecommute. The same unions would have wished to be able to activate massively the right of withdrawal in the public services in the face of the Covid-19, they have been tightly cropped by the minister.public employees continue to accrue paid leave
In telework, part-time unemployment, or placement by special permission of absence, public employees continue to accrue paid leave. Agents with the special authorization of absence is not working, therefore not all being paid normally do not accrue the right to RTT. The public service unions have brought pressure on the government to ensure that all agents continue to accumulate RTT but it was rightly ruled out. As has been discarded the idea of paying a premium to all agents, even those who were in ASA...
For the required pause – at the request of the employer - leave and RTT, the employers of the public may require taking leave and RTT according to the following terms and conditions : for the agents in special authorization of absence, the employer may impose up to 10 days of paid leave, including 5 retroactively between march 16, 2020 April 16, 2020 and the other 5 days of RTT or vacation leave between April 17, 2020 and the end of the state of public health emergency.
For agents working at home, it is possible to collect 5 days of RTT or vacation leave between April 17, 2020 and the end of a State of emergency. To note, the public service unions were strongly opposed to the possibility for the employer to impose the taking of paid leave.
The level of working time (increased to 60 hours per week in the private sector within the limit of 48 hours per week on average), in the public sector, it already existed before the health crisis in the public of the provisions to exceed the maximum duration of daily work of 10 and 8 hours, and the times weekly maximum of 48 hours.
The terms and conditions in derogation to the regulation of labour in the public sector during the health crisis, are therefore quite important. Substantially in the same proportion as for the labour Code.
It appears, however, that the special authorisation of absence is very widely practiced, sometimes for positions for which telework would be possible and, in some departments, this has very strongly slowed down our public services in recent weeks (justice, culture,finance decentralized services, operators such as the NFB, etc..).
We may, therefore, legitimately ask why the government has not decided to model the rules of the special leave of absence on the part-time unemployment in the paying for the health crisis to 84% and not 100%.
the ministry of public Service has taken foot in the face of union demands. But this may not be enough at the end of containment.
After the 11 may, the number of public officials will likely continue to be placed in special authorization of absence. To ensure that our public services are in place for businesses and households, the doctrine should be clear. An order could allow the government to be based on a device type part-time unemployment for the placement of agents in ASA after the 11 may be used less and less.Le Figaro
The Macronomètre, the observatory of reforms in the government, is a site of the Fondation iFRAP in partnership with Le Figaro. It is a tool dedicated to the assessment of the quinquennium of Emmanuel Macron: econometric evaluation in relation to its electoral programme and announcements of his government. With The Macronomètre, the action of the government is to be marked out of 10 each Wednesday prior to the council of ministers and becomes readable in a single glance. The Macronomètre allows each to make a notice on the holding or not of the promises of the president of the Republic and on the effectiveness of the reforms of the government.The editorial team conseilleReport of the tax and social charges : a sum vastly under-estiméeMesures for the self-employed : he must (quickly) even more flexible and avoid bankruptcy !Pensions : mps and senators already elected, even born after 1975, not to fail over as soon as 2025 in the system universelSujetLe Macronomètre153 commentairesJeanRigolele 03/05/2020 18:40
"the agents are placed in special authorization of absence and is paid at 100%....because the part-time unemployment does not exist for the agents statutory or contractual " Injustice compared to the private ! I understand why the agents of the CPAM / Post ... dragging feet to carry out their task ! The CPAM is an example of "freeloaders" ! When you see the delay accumlé - That they could not receive the public = OK - Normal ( Even though the cashiers ...) - But they could make the effort of telework.
It is a shame.
Jennymo I share tt with your point about the logic of containment, the goal was actually not to make at all costs at workit these last 2 months. I just wanted to clarify to some here that not the public servants have not been cool at home while "others took risks". In the private and public sectors, certain professions have been in great demand on the ground, others have télétravaillé and some have been placed in the Asa or partial unemployment... there is no hatred to have for a person in this context, nor wanted in the situation whatsoever. But yes you are right jealousy is incomprehensible to some, their hatred of their neighbour, the can reason and realize that the division allows to other of conquer !Selderfle 02/05/2020 17:30
We would have liked to see the Ifrap, the question arises of why and how an administration manages to put so many people in ASA. A beginning of answer : lack of investment in computer equipment worthy of the name, and to-date, lack of training of agents work remotely, and refusal of some authorities to consider telework, complexities in the permissions of telework, of absolute rejection and total of some managers to see that their agents are "away from them", incompetence to others in management at a distance, etc, Rather than take it out on the ASA, which are only a symptom, it would be better that the Ifrap offers us a plan of action to develop and even require telecommuting for all agents public whose duties permit them (the agents of the Insurance being obviously involved).Read the 153 comments