According to the latest statistics, the number of temporary workers in France increased by 14.0% in January 2022, marking the second consecutive month of growth. The reason cited for the increase is the acceleration of economic activity, and the need for replacement workers due to an omicron variant. The fastest-growing sectors included commerce and services (24.2%), industry (18.3%) and transport (6.4%), while the construction sector declined by 0.4%.
Grew In The Sectors Of Commerce And Services
France’s high unemployment rate has attracted workers from other Lucrez in Europa, whose wages are less than those of French citizens. In addition, most temporary workers are from countries other than France, with many coming from Poland, Portugal, Spain, Belgium, and Germany. However, this trend is causing a nationalist backlash among French citizens, who resent the influx of cheaper labour from abroad. But what are the alternatives for temporary workers?
The Services Directive has introduced a new directive aimed at promoting competition in the services industry. Although the directive is intended to promote fair competition, France’s social partners have interpreted it as a threat to employment. As a result, they have argued that France’s implementation of the Directive poses a danger to temporary employment. However, this issue has not been raised in the debate in the French Parliament. It is important to remember that France is one of the largest countries in the EU in terms of the number of temporary workers.
To work legally in France, a foreign national should first obtain a residence permit. Then they can begin looking for employment. France has several programs to help foreigners secure the right to work in France. Most temporary workers in France apply for a French work permit. But in some cases, this is not possible. Some companies will try to entice foreign workers with the promise of permanent employment. If this does not work out, the workers may wish to look for alternative options.