Monday, October 31, 2016

Strike extended to iTélé up to Tuesday noon – The World

Unlike previous days, the management has made proposals in the morning to the employees, who will vote on this subject Tuesday morning.

Entered a third week of strike, the employees of i-Tv voted Monday, with 83 % (76 out of 92 voters) continuation of the movement.

Entered into a third week of strike, the employees of i-Tv have voted, Monday, October 31, at 83 % (76 out of 92 voters) the continuation of the movement, according to their Twitter account iGrève.

The employees and management have, however, ensured that the continuation of the strike will not disrupt the broadcast of the second debate of the primary from the right, ” scheduled for Thursday, October 3, on i-Télé, BFM-TV, RMC and Dailymotion.

management Proposals

Since the beginning of the conflict on 17 October, the management had not made any concession on the demands of the strikers. Unlike previous days, however, the management has formulated proposals Monday, ” both in the field of editorial and social “, specifies an employee. The members of the team will think about it and will vote Tuesday morning on this subject.

Read also the editorial : I-Télé : good reasons for a strike

Friday, the journalists had been informed of the possible evolutions of the new string, which must soon take the name of CNews, and that would be less focused on the news hot.

last week, the society of editors and the trade unions demanded the respect of the labour law, and a proposal of terms of departures for employees wishing to leave the company, as well as the signature of an ethical charter, the appointment of an editorial director separate from the director of the chain (Serge Nedjar has currently two posts) and the definition of a editorial project clear. In addition, they called for the ” indentation of the antenna of Jean-Marc Morandini “, indicted for “corruption of minors” and ” corruption of minors aggravated “.

Read also : Serge Nedjar, the running of Vincent Bolloré


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