The employees of the telecom group gather this Wednesday in front of Bercy to denounce the social plan which will remove a third of the workforce. Their anger is fueled by the count of the commitments made to Emmanuel Macron, and forgotten.
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The battle for numbers continues unabated at Nokia. The French employees of the company gather this Wednesday at midday in front of the Ministry of the Economy in Paris, to protest against the abolition announced in June of 1,233 jobs – including more than half of the 772 jobs on the site de Lannion (Côtes-d'Armor), which could lead to its closure. This social plan, targeting a third of the remaining workforce, is the fourth since the acquisition in 2016 of Alcatel-Lucent, once a French industrial flagship, by the Finnish telecoms giant.
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