The group provides a plan of voluntary departures and "solutions reclassification," according to its press release. Bercy considers that it should be "improved significantly".
The oem telecom finland's Nokia has announced this Monday in a press release the suppression in France of 1233 jobs of its subsidiary Alcatel-Lucent, or one-third of the workforce of this business in the Hexagon.
The group plans to remove 402 posts in Lannion (Côtes-d'armor), and 831 to Nozay (Essonne), have clarified Bernard Trémulot (CFDT) and Frédéric Aussedat (CFE-CGC), at the end of a economic and social committee (SSC) central. "It's a disaster," said Bernard Trémulot. The group provides a plan of voluntary departures and "solutions reclassification," according to its press release.
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For his part, Bercy believes that Nokia needs to "significantly improve" its plan. A source at the ministry of Economy has indicated that the government would work with the Alcatel-Lucent employees to make Nokia counter-proposals and show that France was an attractive country.