French govt to implement broader economic reforms along with consistent set of policies included reforms on job training on cards to surge employment as per French labor minister,Muriel Penicaud.
France’s labor minister has conceded that her planned reforms to the country’s work practices won’t on their own miraculously reduce the unemployment rate.
Muriel Penicaud said Friday on France Info radio the labor reform plan outlined on Thursday “is not a magic wand” for reducing unemployment.That, she said, will require a “consistent set of policies” including reforms to job training that will be launched next year.
Her comments come a day after President Emmanuel Macron’s government unveiled measures to trim union powers, make it easier for firms to hire and fire and give a bigger voice to small businesses. The CGT union said 65 demonstrations are scheduled across France on September 12.