French unions give mixed response to reforms, which will reduce their influence at company level and make it easier to hire and fire

Emmanuel Macron’s government has revealed a “major and ambitious” transformation of France’s complex labour laws aimed at tackling mass unemployment and making the country more competitive in the global market.

Five decrees have been issued, containing what ministers said were “concrete and major measures” to completely overhaul and simplify the weighty Code du Travail, which covers every aspect of working life in France.

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