To avoid forced departures, a collective contractual termination agreement was signed by the ADP trade unions, setting the number of voluntary departures at 1,150 – including 700 not replaced -, announced the management of the manager of Paris airports on Wednesday. .
“Management is committed to ensuring that no forced departure for economic reasons takes place until January 1, 2022”, indicated the management, adding that the agreement aims to “sustainably safeguard the company”. The group, which manages the airports of Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Orly and Le Bourget and 6,250 employees, has been very hard hit by the drop in activity due to the health crisis.
The agreement must be validated by the management
A set of three inseparable agreements – collective contractual termination (RCC), collective performance agreement (APC) and long-term partial activity (APLD) – had been proposed for negotiation by the trade unions representing ADP SA on August 31. The management had taken note, on November 5, of the non-signature by the majority of the trade unions of the proposed agreements.
“In order to give a new chance to social dialogue, and to avoid any forced job cuts within ADP SA, the management wished to propose a new draft agreement for collective contractual termination”, according to the press release specifying that this agreement had received “the unanimous signatures of the representative trade unions” (CFE-CGC, CGT, Unsa). Collective termination (RCC) allows voluntary departures negotiated by unions. “The agreement, which must now be validated by management, sets the maximum number of voluntary departures at 1,150, of which 700 will not be replaced,” says the group.