The Institut Montaigne invites in particular to reform the CPF to encourage mobility.
Gone are the days when you practiced the same activity throughout your professional life. Globalization combined with the acceleration of economic, technological and even societal transformations in recent decades has completely reshuffled the maps of employment pathways. A paradigm shift that the public authorities supported by laying the foundations of the right to continuous vocational training in the 1970s to facilitate retraining. But the last two years of crisis have accentuated the absolute need to intensify the efforts undertaken to promote the mobility of workers.
In a note that Le Figaro has obtained, entitled “Professional retraining: for the better and for the future”, the Institut Montaigne makes 16 proposals to respond to this “major issue of the 21stand century“. The 54-page document is signed by Franck Morel, former social adviser to Édouard Philippe, then Prime Minister, now a lawyer associated with the firm…