Launched in the summer of 2020, at the end of the first confinement, to stem the fear of a tsunami of youth unemployment – which ultimately did not take place – will the “1 young person, 1 solution” plan be revived? in a senior version? This is what the National Association of HRDs (ANDRH) is campaigning for, for which the pension reform measures are going in the right direction but remain insufficient.
Intended to take the pulse of its members in a social context that it describes as tense, the Association’s survey conducted in February shows that 84% of respondents want an update of the Labor Code in view of recent developments. “A percentage that almost surprised us,” said its deputy national vice-president, Benoît Serre, during a presentation to the press.