Transco, a reconversion scheme which has not but discovered its viewers | EUROtoday

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A caregiver at Les Papillons de Marcelle home, in Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône), May 9, 2023.

This is a primary informative evaluation of a system usually highlighted in public speeches for 2 years, Collective Transitions or Transco, which the Transitions Pro Ile-de-France affiliation (previously Fongecif) printed on Thursday, December 14. , construction answerable for managing worker retraining initiatives, made up of union and employer representatives.

Transco goals to hyperlink corporations which anticipate workforce reductions (linked to a drop in exercise, or their disappearance), with others which, quite the opposite, have issue recruiting, the thought being to change staff due to a safe retraining system. Maintaining their remuneration and coaching prices are totally or partially coated by the State, relying on the scale of the corporate.

Launched in January 2021, Transco has generally been introduced as a fast treatment for constructions seeing their exercise compromised by confinements as a result of Covid-19 pandemic. While the system was, actually, designed earlier than the well being disaster by the social companions, below the management of the Ministry of Labor, as a structural response to the modifications brought on by the ecological transition or the rise of digital know-how.

84 beneficiaries in Ile-de-France

In whole, in 2021 and 2022, in Ile-de-France, 84 staff benefited from Transco (48 have been interviewed for the examine). A straw if we evaluate to the 5.3 million energetic folks within the Paris area. Especially since 66 of them come from two massive teams, one in mass distribution (cashiers), the opposite in cleansing (upkeep staff). Very feminized sectors, which reveals the general profile of the beneficiaries: 87% ladies, two-thirds aged 35 to 54, virtually half with a stage beneath the baccalaureate.

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These two corporations have entered right into a partnership with a participant within the well being and medico-social sector missing caregivers and with a big personal nursery group searching for childcare assistants. The remainder of the beneficiaries come from VSEs and SMEs in sectors very affected by the well being disaster (commerce, tourism, occasions).

Finally, 44% of the contributors surveyed have already joined their host firm or a brand new firm. The others are nonetheless in coaching (27%) or have returned to their authentic construction (23%). But whether or not it’s these staff, their union representatives, the departure corporations, the arrival corporations, a really massive majority of them say they’re extraordinarily happy with this “win-win” system.

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