- The Management and the trade unions at Renault (CFDT, CFE-CGC, CGT and FO) kicked off a cycle of negotiations on November 6 aimed at identifying and implementing the conditions and resources required to build a robust and lasting manufacturing, R&D and support-service base in France.
- At the first meeting, the participants clarified the context of the negotiations, set objectives, and laid out the operational approach and conditions for success.
- At least four additional meetings will be held between now and the end of the year, the next scheduled for November 13.
To cope with a lasting slump in the European automotive market, Renault and the trade unions have decided to favor negotiations as a way of developing and implementing lasting and well-balanced solutions.
The aim of the negotiations is to identify the resources and implementation framework needed by the automotive division (Renault sas and manufacturing subsidiaries) to ensure a robust and lasting base for Renault activities in France.
All proposals and solutions will be reviewed and debated, be they about working hours and organization, quality of life at work, the efficiency of organization systems, or the remuneration policy.
At least four additional meetings will be held before year’s end. The next one is scheduled for November 13.
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