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Coronavirus : 22% of bosses are planning to sack in the coming months

According to a study of the start-up StaffMe, these layoffs could affect up to 20% of the workforce. the second wave of The crisis of the sars coronavirus coul

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Coronavirus : 22% of bosses are planning to sack in the coming months

According to a study of the start-up StaffMe, these layoffs could affect up to 20% of the workforce.

the second wave of The crisis of the sars coronavirus could be economic. According to a study of the start-up StaffMe, specializing in the relationship between companies and independent, relayed Thursday by Le Parisien, 22% of business leaders surveyed are planning layoffs in the coming months. On average, these cuts could affect 20% of the workforce.

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The first sectors to be affected, according to the survey, are marketing-communication and event management, catering, hospitality and tourism, mobility, transport of people, and sectors of the logistics, distribution and food trade. The majority of the social plans should emerge in September.

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"If staff reductions are limited, they are increasing slightly, however, compared to march, and spend more of the non-renewal of xed-term contracts, but also by an increase in layoffs of CDI or ruptures of the treaty," says a study by the direction of the ministry of Labour published on Wednesday.

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The French economy has lost six percentage points of growth in two months of confinement, said on 12 may the Bank of France, which the governor estimates that the State will have to invest in some companies to avoid bankruptcy. The european Commission expects a fall of 8.2% of gross domestic product (GDP) by 2020, while the Bank of France will give its first estimate for the whole year in June.

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