France - CGT leadership criticises Anglo-Saxon model - January 31, 2018

The head of the trade union CGT does not want the country to treat its workers like the UK and US, with zero hours contracts and no protection for the unemployed. He said that the controversial reforms by the current government cut into the power of the trade unions and make it easier for firms to lay off staff. The union leader believes Macron is influenced by the ‘Anglo-Saxon’ model but he does not want to see the same situation in France.

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