The first results of employer representativeness show that the number of members in each organization is lower than indicated.
The moment of truth has come for employers’ organisations. The Ministry of Labor released on Wednesday the first measure of their representativeness. The general picture does not change: the Medef (generalist), the CPME (SME) and the U2P (craftsmen and liberal professions) remain representative, i.e. they have the right to negotiate national agreements, as on the or the . But this result should not hide a major difference: whereas, until now, this power was the fruit of a rather tacit mutual recognition, it is now based on the “objective results” of a count, such as the recalled Yves Struillou, the director general of labor. “The rules of union representativeness, active since 2013, and those, new, of employer representativeness reinforce the legitimacy of the social partners”, also underlined Jean-Denis Combrexelle, president of the High Council for social dialogue.
“The rules of union representativeness, active since 2013, and those, new, of employer representativeness reinforce the legitimacy of the social partners”
Jean-Denis Combrexelle, President of the High Council for Social Dialogue
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