About thirty mobilizations will be carried out throughout France by the national union of early childhood professionals.
Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Nice or Bordeaux … around thirty processions, led by the national union of early childhood professionals (SNPPE), will set off this Thursday throughout France. The main trade union in the sector, which is against the pension reform proposed by the government, is also demanding an increase in wages.
“While wages in the sector are lower than wages in France, the government has done nothing concrete to enhance early childhood wages“, underlines the organization in a press release. The SNPPE also calls for a significant improvement in working conditions to compensate for “known risks“.
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On its site, the union points out that professionals generally welcome children from 0 to 3 years old, “weighing on average 11 kg at 18 months” and that “are worn an average of six times a day“. Employees “won’t last until 65», warns the organization. With this day of mobilization, she hopes “the repeal of the early childhood sector reform“.
In Paris, speaking engagements will begin at 11 a.m. at the Arts et Métiers metro level in the IIIe arrondissement. The event will then advance at 2 p.m. to the Hôtel Matignon in the VIIe capital district.
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