In the first round of the last presidential election, April 23, 2017, a survey Exit shows that 39% of senior executives voted for Emmanuel Macron, placing him in the lead in this population. Two years later, the divorce seems to be registered between the current tenant of the Elysee and this most favored category of workers. This is demonstrated by the barometer published on Tuesday October 29 by the Ugict-CGT, the executive branch of the Centrale Cégétiste, entitled “opinions and expectations of executives at work: anger rises”, and carried out by the Institute of Viavoice polls.
Thus, 54% of executives interviewed believe that the reform of unemployment insurance, which comes into effect this Friday, November 1, will not allow them to maintain their rights in this area. A not-so-surprising result since, as a reminder, the reform introduces a degressivity of the unemployment allowance from the seventh month of compensation for employees who received a gross monthly income of more than 4,500 euros, that is to say essentially a public audience.
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But the reform that provokes the strongest revolt is not that of unemployment insurance, but that of pensions, while we do not yet know all its ins and outs. 73% of executives surveyed have a negative opinion! Suffice to say that it will be complicated for the President of the Republic to pick up the pieces with the public who was the center of his electorate in 2017.
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