shock sentence The government announced on Monday a 25% reduction in the duration of compensation for all jobseekers eligible from February 1
Olivier Véran, November 21 in Paris. — JULIEN DE ROSA
“In the times we know, eighteen months to find a job is enough. » These are the words of government spokesman Olivier Véran, who was the guest from CNews this Tuesday morning. Asked on the tightening of the conditions for granting unemployment insurance, the former Minister of Health added : “What we want is to tell people: the spirit of unemployment insurance is the spirit of the National Council of the Resistance,” that “logic” of the current reform is “guided” by that of the time.
“The state has said there will be times when people can’t find work because the market is making it worse. work will be too tense, so they will have to be insured so that they do not lose all their income,” Olivier Véran. “It is normal that when the risk is high, the insurance is strong and when the risk is low, the insurance is a little less strong,” he further argued.
A 25% reduction in the duration of compensation
The government has announced on Monday a 25% reduction in the duration of compensation for all job seekers eligible for unemployment benefits. From February 1, a decision deemed “unacceptable” by all unions. The unemployment rate is currently 7.3%. The reform provides for the duration of compensation to return to today's level if the unemployment rate rises above 9% or increases by 0.8 points over a quarter.< /p>
Questioned on the wish of the Minister of Labor Olivier Dussopt of “”100,000 “ 150,000 returns to; employment” additional in 2023 thanks to the reform, the government spokesman estimated; that it“s be quite a direct mechanism actually, you’ll see that there will be quite a massive impact on the market. work because it’s also a signal that we send”.