What needs to expect a young graduate who enters the labour market ? The year 2018 looks pretty good to reconnect with the optimism. The unemployment rate is moving away from the threshold of 10 % : 9.5 % in the second quarter of 2017, it finds its level in 2012. The government is forecasting a GDP rise of 1.8% to 2017. And the time of search of work is already reduced. 70 % of graduates who completed their studies in the course of the last three years are in a contract of indeterminate duration, indicates the barometer of the mood of young graduates of the consulting firm Deloitte.
It is therefore in a climate of renewed optimism that the orders Macron to change the rules of the work. Employment contracts, remuneration, working time, staff representation, telework, equality of man and woman, the orders of September 22, 2017 to allow shoving of work contracts and work organisation.
Revolution, for some, eventual transformation to others. According to the director of cabinet of the minister of labour, Antoine Foucher, ” the ordinances are ushering in a new model that is favourable to the freedom of undertake and the commitment of employees.” And ” this freedom that we give to companies has a corollary : giving back to the companies through social dialogue the freedom to negotiate to improve their competitiveness. This freedom it is necessary to seize it “, launched it for business on the 25th October at the chamber of commerce and industry (CCI) of Ile-de-France. “If you don’t negotiate an agreement, tomorrow you will need to report to your directorate-general “, added Dominique Le Roux, the director of the department of social Editions to the legislation.
Everything has become negotiable
Since the orders of 22 September, almost everything has become negotiable. “The law continues to set the standard on all subjects, but there are very few areas that are now beyond…