Telework: “The government must bang its fist on the table,” says the CGT

Philippe Martinez, general secretary of the union, demands that the agreement currently being discussed on teleworking be normative.

The government must “banging your fist on the table»Concerning teleworking. This is what Philippe Martinez, secretary general of the CGT, affirms. “The government must bang its fist on the table. We need rules. It is time“, He explained on the set of France 2 this Thursday, while.

«We are saying that we need a national agreement that allows a framework for all employees with specific provisions for certain companies. We need standards: have equipment, work schedules that do not change, be able to meet colleagues one or two days a week“, He detailed. “What employees want is to be able to telework but not all the time because social ties are very important. They want schedules like when they go to work. And that, the Medef does not want», He affirms.

«We need equity measures«

The national secretary of the CGT also denounced the “lack of consistency»Of the decisions taken by the government within the framework of this new confinement. Especially concerning small businesses. “Some work, others not (…) Small businesses have been treated less well than others (…) Equity measures are needed“, He explained, while saying that he is in favor of a rapid reopening”with barrier measures».

The representative of the CGT also disputes the fact of not being associated with the decisions. “They give us a phone call a quarter of an hour beforehand and we consider it to be social dialogue. This is the Macron method. There is no consultation. However, all the decisions discussed, shared, are better accepted», He recalls.

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