Interventionism in all directions of the State has disastrous consequences on the daily life of many companies. In taking decisions, the State is imposing a central vision, and most importantly, it multiplies at each decision-making constraints on entrepreneurs.
For example, the idea of protecting the health of employees was shared by the State and the companies. And yet, when the texts have held the account painfulness, companies have felt penalized, the constraints of having to deal with a “real” gas plant. This is confirmed by a business manager of public works :
We find the same complexity in the plan déconfinement has been in place for several weeks. Companies spend a lot of time and mobilize energy which could be used for other actions, to comply with the rules, which change from one week to the other.
The vision of centralized State remains a hindrance to the flexibility and flexibility, that has been demanding for so many years, the companies.
The State is too interventionist, the threat of paralysis
But it’s also the heaviness and the complexity of some decisions state, that stifle businesses. Essential to the protection of citizens, the social law is, for example, the accumulation of laws and regulations, which are adopted for the general interest but not for business. CSE, observance of minimum social standards, collective bargaining agreement, a choice between CDD and CDI, … all of these rules involve an administrative process on the part of the company, tasks, time-consuming, inappropriate for SMES and other sized companies.
Because these administrative constraints are found at all levels and for all companies, from multinationals to local SMES. And the interventionism of the State penalizes you in the end all the structures, since even Martin Hirsch, the chairman of the AP-HP, points out :