The Institute of the company wants to put an end to the current paritarism

INFO LE FIGARO – The independent liberal think tank chaired by Xavier Huillard, paints a very dark picture of parity in France, which is totally in line with what the candidates for the right-wing primary think.

A bombshell! In a note entitled “Should we put an end to the?” that Le Figaro has procured, the Institut de l’Entreprise (IE), an independent liberal think tank chaired by Xavier Huillard, draws a very gloomy picture of paritarism in France, which is totally in line with what think the candidates for the primary of the right. “For example, do we know that unions and employers manage together, and alone, more than 130 billion euros in social budgets? Or that they participate directly in the judicial system, for example with the industrial tribunals and commercial courts? ”Asks the author, Jean-Charles Simon, former deputy managing director of Medef and today, falsely. hui president of Facta, a statistical intelligence and economic analysis company that he created.

“Trade unions and employers are co-legislators of French social law and, therefore, as such, partly accountable for the competitiveness of this legal framework and its impact on the labor market”

Jean-Charles Simon, President of Facta

For him, French-style paritarism – made up of social negotiation, management and representation – is unique in the world. It is the result of “unsuitable” actors (five …