The government is considering to alleviate the health rules in the business

After the sanitary crisis due to the coronavirus that France has suffered, he will have to "work harder", has roared Emmanuel Macron during his address, Sunda

The government is considering to alleviate the health rules in the business

After the sanitary crisis due to the coronavirus that France has suffered, he will have to "work harder", has roared Emmanuel Macron during his address, Sunday evening. Without specifying the arrangements for achieving this.

read also : unemployment Insurance : the trade unions note of the "openings" in Pénicaud

For businesses, the first step could be a reduction of the sanitary rules which apply in the work space. According to The Echoes , the ministry of Labour is planning to meet "the health authorities and the social partners" this week to create a new framework, the less binding.

This relaxation has been widely demanded by the employers. At the end of June, the boss of the Medef Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux was worried about the additional cost of these measures, referring to the "cost of the masks or of the gel", but mostly "productivity problems" that involve the new reflex health. He had then claimed, in an interview with les Echos, " a revision and a reduction of the 60 sanitary protocols in place in the emergency during the confinement to business." The micro Franceinfo on Monday, the president of the Confederation of small and medium-sized companies (CPME) François Asselin, do not say anything else: "the president of the Republic has given us a beautiful color : the whole world is going green. But our constraints remain the same at the level of the sanitary rules to be applied". "It is necessary that the health is preserved, only the opinions of scientists and doctors account. We must remain vigilant. We believe that the health premium economy", suggested by Philippe Martinez, general secretary of the CGT, on the same antenna this morning.

" SEE ALSO - "telework remains desirable," but "is not the panacea", according to Bruno Le Maire,

Updated Date: 16 June 2020, 06:47

You need to login to comment.

Please register or login.

RELATED NEWS