“Yellow Vests”: Macron “No Longer the Choice, You Must Share Power” according to Laurent Berger

SOCIAL: According to the general secretary of the CFDT, Laurent Berger, there is “a risk” that France tomorrow “looks like Italy or Hungary” .. President Emmanuel Macron “no longer has the choice” and must accept “an inflection with social policies that reduce inequalities” and “restore the power of intervention to citizens,” said CFDT Secretary General , Laurent Berger , in an interview …

SNCF: The Traffic Still Disrupted on Saturday, the Unions Want “Deep Negotiations”

After the third episode of the railway workers’ strike, which began Friday (April 13th), SNCF traffic remains disrupted on Saturday. Update on traffic conditions The railway traffic will remain disrupted Saturday , but Friday a lesser extent for the third episode of the strike at the SNCF, continuing unions to request the opening of “extensive negotiations” against an inflexible …

Strike at the SNCF: Black Tuesday in Sight, Which Trains will Circulate

This Tuesday begins the strike at the SNCF, scheduled to last three months. Traffic will be very disrupted and up to 77% of drivers will not go to work. The forecasts. After the warning shot of the 22nd March, place in the fight. With an average TGV on eight Tuesday, railway workers set the tone of this long-distance strike to counter the reform project of the SNCF. …

Strike at the SNCF: “Very Few Trains” will Run After 7pm Monday

The SNCF advises travellers to give up the train after 7pm, Monday 2nd April, because of the strike. 36 days of disturbances are expected until the end of June. The SNCF has advised Friday travelers to forgo taking the train from 19h Monday.  Time to start a strike that “will disturb much” traffic, according to group boss Guillaume Pepy. “The strike will …

Lorry Driver Crisis: Unions “Terrified” after Meeting with the Minister of Transport

SOCIAL CONFLICT: CFDT speaks of “very tense discussions” with Elizabeth Borne … Dirty atmosphere. Unions came out “scared” Thursday night a meeting with the Minister of Transport , Elizabeth Borne, and employers’ federations, with which the discussions were “very tense”, particularly on the implementation of the reform of the labour code by decree . Trade unions (that is to say, CFDT, CGT, …