The revaluation of the “second line” is long overdue


If the cleaning, retail or security sectors have managed to find agreements, a good dozen branches are not playing the game.

It was one of the promises of the President of the Republic at the end of the first wave of the epidemic: to ensure that the workers of the “Second line”, these employees, who ensured the continuity of economic life during the first confinement, are gaining recognition.

In the process, two experts try to find concrete solutions in terms of salary enhancement, improvement of working conditions or even job quality. One year after the start of their mission, Christine Erhel, economist at CNAM, and Sophie Moreau-Follenfant, director of human resources at RTE, submitted their report to Élisabeth Borne, the Minister of Labor.

The fifty-page document first draws a mixed assessment of the progress of the branch negotiations initiated for these 4.6 million cashiers, security guards and other carriers. If the cleaning, retail or security sectors have managed to find agreements, a…

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