locals fight back on social media
Elisabeth Borne’s comments on the pension reform bill and the postponement of the legal age to 64 have provoked a backlash from civil servants on social media… while refueling the civil servant.
Already, a few days before these statements, the intervention of the Minister of Transformation and Public Services, Stanislas Guerini, on the microphone of Europe 1 on January 6 did not go unnoticed.
An officer called Minister already on Twitter: ” Hello sir @StanGuerini, do you plan to consider including bonuses in the calculation of civil servants’ pensions in your discussions with the unions? C categories today face a low pension of around €1,000.
Hello sir @StanGueriniDo you plan to consider including bonuses in the calculation of civil servants’ pensions in your discussions with the unions?
C categories today face a lower pension of around €1,000. https://t.co/4bZ2sCznJr
— VeraLynn22 (@VeraLynn22) January 6, 2023
A “fair” calculation
Government officials, who are thought to have gained an advantage in the calculation of pensions for the last 6 months of their careers compared to the last 25 years, highlighted the fact that they did not receive the awards and brought the discussion to the agenda again in the networks. factor in this calculation.
Thus, the internet user replies that “there is no injustice as a part of our income is given in the form of bonuses that are not included in the calculation of civil servants’ pensions.” If we go to the personal calculation method, the bonuses will be integrated later and I am not sure that the state will win! »
“The pension of civil servants is 75% of the final salary, but knowing that there is no additional pension for civil servants ABOUT HEAD RAFP, representing peanuts. My last salary was €4,500, my total pension is €2,500 or 55%,” says another.
The pension of civil servants is 75% of the final salary.
but PRIME EXCEPTION knowing that civil servants other than the RAFP representing Peanuts have no additional pensions.
My last treatment was 4500 euros
my total pension is 2500 euros, that is 55%
— Papuan ? (@MichelF29015597) January 11, 2023
“In 2014, we had to oppose the Touraine reform and 43 years of contribution. De facto, if you start working around 21-22, it takes you to 64. The Dussopt reform confirms this principle and extends it to generations unaffected by the Touraine reform. There is an impression that trade unions are waking up a little late in this matter,” he commented to the reader. Municipal GazetteAccording to our article “Pension reform: measures in the field of civil service” dated January 10.
Others point their counter-argument at bashing the civil servant – some editors point it to the difficulty of their jobs: “I’m a civil servant (carer) [et] soon, hopefully, a little. We have species to kill for you!!! Retirement at the age of 64! Residents are tired of wearing it several times a day, 5 or 6 days a week… Do you agree!!! »
@PascalPraud Good evening, I am a civil servant…nursing assistant…. soon, hopefully, a little.
We have species to kill for you!!! Retirement at the age of 64! Broke back from transporting residents multiple times a day, 5 or 6 days a week…you’ll agree!!!
— GRANGE Edit (@GRANGE64845911) January 11, 2023
In our interview with Philippe Laurent, published on January 4, the subscriber further claims: “How is it not difficult to imagine that these territorial agents suffer at work, think of hospital workers, are mobilized at any time, work day and night. Weeks and weekends? But what? What will be the fate of law enforcement? Garbage collectors, civilian nuclear security workers and many others. We cry everywhere, Mr. Sir, and the advantage of working for local authorities does not expose you to danger, but it remains a chance that many French people would like to have.. .”
A frustrated area agent is also going there with his comment on Twitter: “Not only the teachers but the area agents have lost a lot by making the excuse that we have to wait three days. Just like we all take a vacation once a month. Pension for the last six months, we get paid like shit for 40 years. Yes, we could go, but who would do our work??? »
Not only the teachers, but the area agents lost a lot by using our 3-day absence as an excuse. 40 years..
Yes, we could go, but who will do our work???
— Melanie Guivarch (@MlanieGuivarch) January 5, 2023
The question of the efficiency of the civil service with aging agents in difficult jobs such as civil security is also part of the fear: “Personally, I do not need the help of an SP of a ‘certain age’.” physical performance may affect the quality of the intervention. I wonder what is going through the minds of our rulers if it is not cruelty and hatred towards all the workers of this country,” says the reader of our January 4 article entitled “Firemen’s Unions Oppose Pension Reform”.
Some areas also point to the inequality of the reform project for women. Thus, the subscriber regrets that “we do not apply the same rights to women working in the private and public sector when they have children. Why do we approve more quarters when we are in the private sector?
The same topic for part-time work, which women often do. Why do women in the public sector lose 1 year out of every 5 years when 80% of them work, but not in the private sector? “, still in response to our January 10 post.
“Closet” positions waiting to go
An accountant in the Loire Atlantique and Pays de la Loire Regional Public Finance Department makes the same observation on the LinkedIn network, where many regional leaders are concentrated. “I was born in ’67, I am asking for two more years and extension of contributions. Also, I am a civil servant, my pension is calculated without bonus… I will have to work until I am 67 to get a full pension… I am not sure that I will meet the requirements for my job at 67…. I tried to move up the ranks to compensate, but the jobs at the Ministry of Finance I was “blocked” by abbreviation. I would agree to spend one more year so that my children don’t have to pay my pension, but two, even four more years… I’m angry,” he comments.
The HRD from the Paris region points to specific consequences for local authorities: “Again, due to questions about the questionable financial balance, this postponement of the retirement age will weigh on local authorities… It will depend more on administrations to ‘find’ overworked workers , related tasks while waiting for departure. Costs will be passed on to staffing costs, not just through absenteeism, employee inefficiency, and the constant mobilization of HR to rush long, sterile, and inevitably time-consuming procedures. And after this observation, we will point the finger at the very expensive area or hospital public service…”
Contrary to popular belief, locals rarely retire at the statutory retirement age of 62. Municipal Gazette In response to our July 21 article, “Do Territories Really Retire When They Want to? “. “The personnel departments of our structures have been checking about 30 departures a year for several years. Less than half of agents leave for a long career at age 60. More graduation in their 63rd year. But we have a requirement of 65 and over departures per year and over 67 overpasses per year. »