According to a survey conducted by the firm Deloitte, three out of ten businesses are considering in addition a decrease of the envelope increases and conditions.
The economic and social impacts of the health crisis are already being felt. And are expected to continue over the next few months, or even in the next few years. Some of the consequences are highlighted in a survey conducted by Deloitte between march 27 and may 11, with 51 companies listed on the stock market index SBF 120 (86%), public groups (7%), or non-listed companies (7%).
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According to the study released Monday, four out of ten businesses are planning or engaged in a reflection on the wage freeze. Three in ten companies are considering a reduction of the envelope of the general increases while at the same time, a decrease of the envelope of the individual increases is scheduled for more than four in ten companies.Your support is essential. Subscribe for $ 1 support Us
If a little more than three in four companies are not considering a freeze on the payment of the premiums variables 2020 (to be collected on 2021), a second company is moving towards a partial payment. For companies whose activity continued during the crisis, one company in ten foresees an amount of premiums to be exceptional and one in three plans to remunerate its employees through the premium Macron.
workforce reductions planned or anticipated for a third of the companies
all these measures to contain the wage bill does not prevent that about one-third of the companies surveyed expect, or anticipate staff reductions. In addition, 67% of businesses interviewed believe that it will take at least six months to get back to a "normal" situation. They are 29 % to think that the "return to normal" will not happen before one year.
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"there is a great heterogeneity in the measures that are (and will be) taken by the companies at the level of political retribution because all of the businesses have not been equal in the face of the crisis," recalls Franck Cheron, partner human capital, Deloitte.
"We'll attend to it in a year 2020, but also to 2021 very strained at the level of the compensation measures so that 2019 had been placed under the sign of a revival of the" purchasing power", he believes. "It will also be taken into account in these developments, the next stages with the last of the locks, which were blown at the level of changes in the mode of working, teleworking in mind. The crisis is going to be an accelerator of transformation for organisations at all levels," said Franck Cheron.
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In addition, depending on the duration of the crisis, stock market fluctuations, the speed of economic recovery and of the engineering of the devices, the overall compensation of the officers of the SBF120 could be impacted on 2020 and 2021 to the decline between -10 % and -30 %, according to this study.