Guest from Europe 1 on Saturday morning, Laurent Berger, secretary general of the CFDT, described the unemployment insurance reform which is due to come into force in July as a "political" and "unfair" reform because it will affect most precarious employees.

He is considering an appeal to the Council of State.


Laurent Berger, secretary general of the CFDT, reacted on Saturday morning to the reform of unemployment insurance.

"This reform is unfair. It will affect precarious workers who are already the most affected by the crisis," he denounced.

With the new calculation method, 38% of beneficiaries will see their compensation cut by around 20% by July.

"It is a political reform. We have no visibility over the coming months and the government is taking advantage of this moment to carry out a reform which will have, as of July, a very negative impact on 800,000 applicants. employment, ”he continued.

Laurent Berger also announced that he was considering "the possibility of appealing to the Council of State".

More information to come.