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For Nathalie Hanet, president of the association Solidarités nouvelles face au unemployment, which follows the unemployed on their journey, the fight against unemployment must first go through an investment in the form of qualification and training of job seekers.
In June last year, Nathalie Hanet took over for three years the presidency of the association Solidarités nouvelles face au unemployment (SNC), which follows the unemployed on their journey. Former director of local authorities and partnerships at Pôle emploi, went through several ministerial cabinets under François Hollande (where she participated in particular in the dissemination of jobs for the future) and Emmanuel Macron, she reacts to the latest project on unemployment insurance reform carried out by the executive .
The National Assembly has adopted the principle of varying unemployment benefits according to the economic situation according to this principle adopted by Emmanuel Macron: “When things go well, we harden, when things go bad, we soften.” What do you think ?
I am very curious about this device. Firstly, it presupposes that the unemployed, who must only be compensated 40%, choose to be unemployed for economic reasons. But that seems to me to be the situation for a small part of them. The approximately 4,000 people that SNC supports each year all suffer from being out of work, isolation and the impact of unemployment on health, as explained in a report published in 2019. was enough to reduce in…