4:41 pm: Rififi in the hotel and restaurant industry
The CGT and FO trade unions have decided to exercise their right to oppose the Long-Term Partial Activity Agreement (APLD) in the hotels, cafes and restaurants, considering the guarantees offered “insufficient” in terms of employment. , according to their Friday releases. The weight (60%) of the CGT and the FGTA-FO allows them to oppose this agreement signed on November 19 by two minority unions, the CFDT and the CFE-CGC.
“Everyone takes their responsibilities, the CBT and FO deprive the employees of the branch of purchasing power as from January 1, in the absence of agreement, their compensation for partial activity will drop to 60% instead of 70% of gross, while the employer only up to 36% is reimbursed ”(currently 100%), said Thierry Grégoire, Chairman of the Social Committee of the Union of Crafts and Industries of the Hotel Sector (Umih).
The APLD, taking over the sub-activity, allows a reduction in working time to 40% of non-working hours, subject to a company or branch agreement validated by the administration and including employment and training commitments.