The employees of The Team have expressed in the context of a letter sent to their direction on Wednesday in their refusal to lower their wages and reduce their RTT on the occasion of the first negotiation meeting with the union representatives, after the announcement last week of a draft agreement of collective performance in providing this type of measures.read also : The Team presents a treatment of shock
"For years, we have provided a lot of effort and suffered a continued degradation of our working conditions. At the same time, the social plans are chained," says the letter signed by 225 employees from all titles and services the SAS Team.
"After you have done the maximum for the containment/déconfinement to deliver content to the height of our securities, then, that we are far away from each other, we discovered with dismay, anger and disgust with the sacrifices imposed by the draft agreement on collective performance," says the mail.
"We deny that the direction key to our wages, to our days of RTT. We will have no part either in the information meetings scheduled in the coming days", say the employees, supported by "a number of important and significant of freelancers". "We have confidence in our elected leaders, the only personnel legally authorized to represent us to management," concludes the letter.Project to lower wages to 10%
last week, the direction of the group of sports press has announced its intention to negotiate an agreement providing for an annual decline in wages of the order of 10% and a decrease in the number of RTT (from 22 to 6), with the implementation of a package day, pledging in return to make any redundancies for the period 2020/2024.read also : Le Parisien launches a comprehensive plan of reorganization
The SAS Team brings together the newspaper the team, The Team Magazine, Bike Magazine, France Football, Sport & Style, which employ approximately 350 people. The Team 24/24, a structure that brings together the tv channel Team and internet sites, and in which are employed approximately 130 people, is not concerned by this draft agreement.The editorial team conseillePresse: the readers most likely to pay for the informationAucun comment
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