Employment: Lessons from the British model
While France has been trying to stem high unemployment for almost 2 years, its closest neighbor Britain is at a record low rate of unemployment.
Indeed, France with 9.8%, struggles to find a solution to tackle the phenomenon, which has now become the greatest evil of this century. "Thus, after a total ignorance of the English manual for the fight against unemployment, the government finally decided to follow its example, inspired by a few "recipes" that have proved their worth?.
The implementation of such an action is created by French leaders gathered in the circle overseas - Channel, commonly known by the British business community as the "think tank", designed to highlight that good British ideas can be imported into France.
But nevertheless, it is worth asking, what the elements of successful British strategy were, and if these factors will manage to work the same way in the French market?
Tags: employment in France, employment in Britain, British employment strategy