Advanced does not forget. Although the government has promised to end the day STAFF1 deficiency (non-payment of the first day of sick leave), the reasons for discontent accumulate for unions to the public. Marylise Lebranchu2, the Minister of Public Service, the met Friday to discuss the modernization of publique3 share (MAP), that is to say, the reform of the public sphere. "For us, the MAP is a continuation of the general revision of policies Government4 (RGPP) by Nicolas Sarkozy5. We are particularly worried about the very organization of the state into regions, "alert Christian Grolier of FO6. Fillon7 The team has already restructured state administrations (sport, ecology, social action …) present regional and departmental level by merging several directions. But the government wants to make the system more efficient. Meanwhile, he is considering an overhaul of the map subprefectures threatening those located in urban areas. Finally, a draft law on decentralization provides for the creation of multi-site utilities and companies like The Poste8. In short, reorganizations ahead. Decisions will be made in the summer, once given early July several reports on these topics. "You can imagine building more versatile poles, clusters," says Will in the entourage of Marylise Lebranchu. Where we add: ". But we will not give up the territories"
"For us, the MAP is a continuation of the general revision of public policies Nicolas Sarkozy. We are particularly worried about the very organization of the state into regions "
Christian Grolier, FO Improving public service
Nevertheless, more generally, the MAP worried cash advance to savings account. And, although the Government reiterates that this reform is based on assessments and aimed primarily at improving the functioning of public services. "Officers are struggling to make the connection between speech evaluation and the reality of their daily lives, is to delete numbers," says, with some understatement, Brigitte Jumel, the CFDT9. Christian Grolier, FO, attack him directly to the Government: "The job cuts continue at the same pace as Nicolas Sarkozy in non-priority ministries. Thus, 2060 positions will disappear again in taxes. "In fact, to stabilize the workforce, despite the creation of jobs for Education, justice, the police and the gendarmerie, the government plans to cut 12,000 jobs in other departments there in 2013.
All this is grafted to the number one disappointment: the treatments. The index point, which is the basis for the remuneration of officials, was raised for the last time in July 2010. Returned to power, the left has maintained a freeze. Marylise Lebranchu and announced that the upcoming discussions on the subject will be held mid-2014. "In practice, this means that the point is still frozen in 2014," growls Christian Grolier. The CGT10 is also rising. But for now, the labor front is not united. FO considering actions in September, while the CFDT remnant according Brigitte Jumel, "a dynamic of negotiations."