Wages: CNP Assurances reaches an agreement with the unions

The negotiations were tense until the end at CNP Assurances. According to our information, the CFDT (33.17% union representation), the UNSA (18.24%) and the CFE-CGC (13.8%) have finally signed the agreement on mandatory annual negotiations (NAO) unlike FO (17.46%) and CGT (17.32%). ” We will appear at the top of the basket when it comes to insurance companies that have completed their NAOs », Rejoices a union representative. Tuesday January 17, all the trade unions, with the exception of the CFDT, had nevertheless called on the more than 3,000 employees of the group to strike to demand higher increases in comparison with inflation and the financial results of the group. . 8% of the group’s workforce finally took part in the movement, of which 3% took a day and 5% took off for at least an hour.

We have tried to show that we want a better sharing of value. The proximity to the strike against the pension reform played against us “, admits a trade unionist. In addition to an envelope of individual increases of 1.6%, the management of the bank-insurer proposes general increases of 2,200 euros gross annually for salaries below 35,000 euros annually, 2,000 euros for salaries between 35,000 and 55,000 euros, 1,800 euros for salaries between 55,000 and 75,000 euros and 1,500 euros for salaries below 100,000 euros. Other measures, such as increasing the face value of restaurant vouchers by 1 euro or the sustainable mobility package from 400 euros to 600 euros are included.

If the UNSA and the CFE-CGC finally signed the agreement, it is also because of the integration of a review clause obtained during the negotiations. This clause provides that the stakeholders can meet again in September 2023 “if significant slippages” were to occur on the price increase. ” We wanted to make sure people weren’t losing money “says a trade unionist. The management of CNP Assurances, whose Parisian teams recently moved to Issy-les-Moulineaux, explains in an internal email that 96% of employees will be affected by the general increases.

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