The host believes that she was brutally dismissed for having claimed a CDI whereas Radio France evokes a “separation” made “with remorse”.
Uheadliner of public radio summoned to bow out. Noëlle Bréham, producer-host on France Inter of the present The Little Boatsdenounced Monday, November 7 a “brutal” dismissal, whereas Radio France evokes a “separation” made “with remorse”. Noëlle Bréham “has simply been brutally dismissed after 40 years of successive fixed-term contracts imposed” for “having dared to request a everlasting contract beneath the Labor Code”, in keeping with a press launch from her lawyer Me Yoann Sibille.
The one who hosted a number of reveals, together with The Little Boats for 25 years, has “refused yet one more CDD and claimed, first instantly from his employer after which earlier than the courts, a traditional standing in CDI, as supplied for by the Labor Code”, continues his recommendation. Noëlle Bréham “is a brand new sufferer of the structural coverage of abuse of recourse to precarious contracts, which is deeply unlawful”, practiced by Radio Franceprovides Me Yoann Sibille.
“The choice to separate was made with remorse, after noting that Noëlle Bréham had not wished to regularize her contractual state of affairs two months after the beginning of the present season, regardless of a number of reminders”, indicated Radio France in an announcement despatched to theFrance Media Agency. Radio France doesn’t want “to touch upon the process in progress elsewhere earlier than the courts however merely to emphasise that this had no consequence on the want on both facet to proceed to work collectively”.
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An eviction just like that of Bertrand Renard and Arielle Boulin-Prat
« France Inter certainly proposed to Noëlle Bréham to proceed her program on the grid of France Inter this yr, and she or he had accepted it and had been producing her program usually because the begin of the college yr, ”concludes Radio France.
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This case echoes that of Bertrand Renard and Arielle Boulin-Prat. These figures from the well-known recreation present Numbers and letters, for 47 and 36 years respectively, “on fixed-term contracts”, had denounced the “compelled and compelled” nature of their departure. In line with them, France Televisions “demanded a drop in our wage of round 60% and refused to grant us the CDI that we had the audacity to assert”.
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“The use” of so-called CDDs of use “is allowed and practiced by your entire occupation”, retorted for its half France Télé, as a result of “the renewal of a program in a grid is re-examined every year”.
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