The inter-union strike at the Center Pompidou met on Tuesday, November 14 for the second time with the office of the Minister of Culture as part of negotiations for the end-of-strike protocol. An encounter “decisive”announced the unions on the eve: it was to mark a resumption of negotiations with the ministry, after several episodes marking a breakdown of trust with the management of the Center Pompidou.
In the presence of the president of the Center, Laurent Le Bon, this meeting ended in failure according to the inter-union press release: “After two hours of meeting, we note that the minister’s office has refused to commit to four of the fundamental points of the protocol. » The continuation of the Center’s activities on a single site during the work, the maintenance of the employment ceiling, non-outsourcing and the guarantee of a return of each agent to their post after the work are the demands on which no agreement ‘Was found.
The inter-union invites staff to a general meeting on Thursday 16, “to discuss the actions to be taken in response to this inaction on the part of management”.
On strike since October 16, and with current notice until December 16, staff have been carrying out a “rolling strike” for a month, causing a degraded opening of the site (with certain floors closed) and sometimes a complete closure, like on Sunday and last Monday.