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Pension reform with Benoît Serre, vice president of ANDRH

Pension reform with Benoît Serre, vice president of ANDRH

There are measures for small pensions, for injured workers, on hardship and for women, but the major fact of the pension reform presented yesterday remains that most workers will have to work longer.
The progressive postponement of the legal age concerns those who were born from September 1, 1960. Before the reform is presented and voted on, are companies ready to work with seniors? Under what conditions and guarantees for employees?

We talk about it with Benoît Serre, vice-president of the ANDRH (National Association of HRDs) and HRD at L’Oréal France.

We are waiting for your questions and testimonies on 01 45 24 7000 and on the France Inter application under the “react” section.

In the summary of the 1 p.m. newspaper:

– stabbing attack Gare du Nord

– pension reform

– like every Wednesday, Corinne Pélissier’s cinema tips: The Rascals by Jimmy Laporal-Treasury, The Cyclades the feminine buddy-movie of Marc Fitoussi and the documentary De Humani Corporis Fabrica directed by Verena Paravel and Lucien Castaing-Taylor.

A week in their lives: “a Toulouse doctor in Ukraine”, ep.3

Third episode of our soap opera with Quentin, a young 26-year-old medical intern, army reservist. A few weeks ago he went to Mykolaiev, Ukraine, to lend a hand at the hospital. And he told his experience every day to our journalist Thibaut Lefèvre. Today this story of a hospital in a country at war, where you have to learn to treat with the minimum.

Chronic

  • “It’s a song” by Frédéric Pommier: comedian and humorist Grégoire Ludig makes us listen to “You’ll never walk alone” in the version of Gerry and the Pacemakers, the anthem of the Liverpool club
  • “Le Vif de l’Histoire” by Jean Lebrun: health officers, second-rate doctors of the 19th century.

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