What are the consequences for employees?

Olivier Dussopt, Minister of Labour, Full Employment and Integration. LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP

DECRYPTION – An LR amendment supported by part of the majority, and tabled as part of the unemployment insurance reform, was voted on Wednesday afternoon in the National Assembly to “establish a simple presumption of resignation of the employee” .

This is the illustration of the compromise between the Renaissance deputies and their right-wing colleagues. While the start of the parliamentary term promised to be electric due to certain high-risk texts presented in the coming weeks – such as the 2023 budget or the Social Security finance project -, the deputies once again settled on the benches of the Palais Bourbon since Tuesday to study the thorny reform of unemployment insurance. If the main measure, proposed by the government, was a greater modulation of the duration of compensation according to the good health of the labor market, an amendment tabled by several LR deputies, and voted on Wednesday afternoon, also heated the minds of parliamentarians.

Broadly supported by the elected representatives of the majority, the mechanism aims to implement a presumption of resignation following an unjustified abandonment of post. Until now, an employee who quit his job for a long…

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