For the production, 386 positions are also referred to Saint-Nazaire and 484 in Nantes. In total, 5000 job cuts are planned by Airbus in France.
The social plan announced by the management of Airbus expects a little more than 3500 job cuts in Toulouse, of which 2398 to the production, 980 at the headquarters and more than 200 subsidiaries in Toulouse, said this on Thursday to the press the union officer FO Jean-Francois Knepper.
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For the production, 386 positions are also referred to Saint-Nazaire and 484 in Nantes. The subsidiary Stelia must also lose several hundred positions, said Jean-Francois Knepper, giving an account of the information provided to unions by the management of the group, following the announcement Tuesday of a plan of removal of some 15,000 in the world.Your support is essential. Subscribe for $ 1 support Us
"We're going to a social cataclysm in the fall", warned Knepper, of which the union is the first of the aircraft manufacturer. "How the government can accept as many layoffs?", he asked. The trade unions will "now sit down at the negotiating table (...) We start Monday morning and is gone for four months," he warned.
Jean-François Knepper recalled that the objective of the trade unions, who believe that the crisis is cyclical, remains "zero compulsory redundancies". Toulouse, where Airbus and its subsidiaries employ nearly 30,000 employees, "is the capital of the aeronautics, when the storm arrives, Toulouse is more wet than the other" but "this is not a reason to justify everything and anything", he added.
5000 planned job cuts in France
in addition, the approximately 5000 planned job cuts by Airbus in France, must be "two-thirds of white-collar workers and a third of blue-collar workers", said this on Thursday at the AFP, the CFTC, while the management informed the unions at the headquarters in toulouse of the details of the cuts planned in France. "According to the figures that we have seen, the deletions of posts that is two-thirds of white-collar workers and a third of blue-collar," said to the AFP Florent Veletchy, steward central to Airbus of the CFTC, 3rd syndicate group.
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In France, where the group employs 49 000 employees, the ministry of Economy and Finance, has denounced the plan "excessive", as the trade unions, which have implicated a reaction to the short-term, straining recovery efforts from the aircraft manufacturer, once past the shock wave on the die of the epidemic of Covid.