the salaris dAltis are put in grve lusine of Corbeil-Essonnes

June 25, 2009 at 5:38 pm Leave a comment

Prs of 250 salaris of the factory D `Altis Semiconductor Corbeil-Essonnes were put in grve on June 15, for hard unlimited. They protest against the end of the ngociations around the social plan prvoyant the suppression of 400 employment.
# the movement largely followed so much by the salaris, the production is completely paralyses machines it Altis of Corbeil-Essonnes. The trade unions, whose CFTC, dnoncent the proposals of the direction, in particular in matire D `compensation.
# « At the time of the runion of the CN2A of the 11/06/09 the direction has refusal to discuss our proposals, being limited to bring cosmtic amliorations on his. C `is why the Inter-union one has call a movement of grve on Monday 15/06/09 so D `to oblige the direction to make proposals in connection with our platform » can one read on.
# But inter-union the dnonce galement blur maintained on the process of transfer of the company. The two shareholders D `Altis, and, wish dsengager indeed and seek a transferee. The recovery by an investor was to intervene in theory at the latest on June 30. However, direction N `still does not have communiqu D `information this subject.
# « The cancellation of runion CN2A of the 15/06/09 does not aim qu `to dissimulate the incapacit direction to hold it dsengagement the date of the 30/06/09 following the probable one of the investor sponsoris by Serge Dassault rcemment invalid by the Council D `State » comment on CFTC.


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