Twelve undocumented workers employed in Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis) by subcontracting companies on the construction site of the future Athletes' Village for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games have been regularized.

They obtained their residence permits on April 20, indicates the CGT in a tweet relayed by Actu Seine-Saint-Denis.

A report from the CGT

This action follows a report from the union at the end of March.

A labor inspection investigation was carried out when the site employed nearly 4,000 employees.

The investigation had brought to light more than a dozen non-regularized workers.

12 undocumented employees of the Olympic Village site now regularised.

In the world of work as elsewhere, equal rights!

@marilynepoulain @lacgtcommunique @urifcgt

— cgt 93 (@93Cgt) May 2, 2022

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However, vigilance should not be relaxed.

The authorities, as well as employers' organizations and trade unions, have undertaken "to fight against illegal work, anti-competitive practices, discrimination", by signing a social charter in June 2018, indicates the local news site.

“The CGT remains extremely vigilant about the situation of the Olympic Games sites.

We will continue to work to ensure respect for equal rights, ”said the union in its press release.


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  • St Denis

  • Ile-de-France

  • Paris

  • Paris 2024 Olympics

  • Work

  • Illegal immigrant

  • Company