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Filmed in the mornings of France Bleu and France 3, which have been discontinued due to social conflict

If the antennas of France Bleu work normally, it has been three days that the morning shared with France 3 is half impossible to watch. In Lille, Bordeaux, Aix-en-Provence or even Paris, the local information types have been replaced by cartoons, both on public holidays and during school holidays. Sixteen locals were still concerned on Thursday 1Eh in June, while France Bleu Hérault and France Bleu Drôme-Ardèche could join the movement in the coming days.

In response to the issue, staff at local public radio stations revoked their image rights, denouncing the precarious status of their colleagues who post images to radio newspapers. The latter is employed by a private subcontractor, the production company Eden Press, under a contract of fixed-term use (CDDU) for one season. The management of Eden announced at the beginning of April that it did not intend to renew the contract for an additional season with the visual editors who had worked for Radio France for more than three years in a row.

Therefore, four people will be out of contract on June 30 (only three are affected by this rule), ten others at the end of the 2023-2024 season. “This is a form of dismissal that does not speak its name”protested Radio France’s SNJ-CGT in a May 24 press release. “Eden Press” is particularly concerned that these journalists, who have received internships, will demand their rights.Then he wrote the union.

Negotiate contract extension (or not).

Mathieu Dariet, co-secretary of Radio France SNJ and journalist of France Bleu Nord, is also outraged by this situation. He believes that a public company should use it “His main status” To encourage the subcontractor company Eden Press to improve the working conditions of the employees and to leave more work opportunities if desired. “It would be interesting for Radio France to keep an eye on Eden’s practice when our company is in a CSR approach. [responsabilité sociale des entreprises] who wants to be exemplary”believes Mr Darriet.

When contacted, Eden Press president Grégoire Olivero did not respond to our requests for comment. “In our sector, the rule of limiting the tasks performed by employees under a fixed-term contract to three years applies everywhere, both in the private sector and in the public sector as well.he replied to Agence France-Presse on Tuesday. that “In general, it fits well with the nature of our work, seasonality and the journalists themselves”he added, remembering “Several possibilities can be offered” to those interested. “Moving to another position within the company, managing teams deployed to our customers, or to another program that Eden is responsible for”He insisted again.

Source: Le Monde



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