On May 17, 18 and 19, they had already voiced their discontent. Workers at Escota, operator of A51, which is part of Vinci Autoroutes, have filed a new strike notification for Friday, 3 June and Saturday, 4 June. According to a press release, the notice is common to the CFDT and CFE/CGC trade unions. It "affects all sections of the company". They decry a "generalized blues" caused by "perpetual restructuring", "the nonreplacement or savings on the backs employees", according to a press release. Trade unions are critical of the fact that Vinci Autoroutes seems more concerned with its shareholders' morale than its employees'.
Six priority demands are also included in the strike notice. These include "the need to add staff" as well as a finding that "multiplication of calls" or "loss weekends" has an impact on the organization's private and professional lives. Mobilized employees also express their concern for the future of certain sectors, such as security posts or headquarters. They also hope for better recognition of their professional careers and different trades. They also ask for negotiations to "get through the current crisis" and "inflation", as well as improvements in "quality of work and teleworking".