Employers' trade unionism
- Strategy Analysis
- The State of the overall market demand
- Competitive Analysis
- Regulatory Developments
- Research of the strategic choices
- Conceptual Analysis
- Strategic approaches
- Justification of strategic choices
- Justification in relation to internal capabilities
- Justification in relation to the changing environment
- Change in Strategy
- Changes likely
- Rationale of the strategy by a strategic analysis tool
- Analysis of coherence between the strategic choices of the firm and the accounting and financial information.
- Structure Analysis
- Evolution of the operating cycle
- Analysis of results
In 1929, there was a mandate that called for a CGPF agreement between manufacturers. In 1936, the CGPF had 27 major groups and 4000 organizations. When faced with the events of the Popular Front, the workers occupied all the factories and initially refused to recognize the employers' right to organize in the workplace. Blum decided, not without difficulty, to hold a meeting on June 7, 1936 for the employers and the CGT. This was a meeting that culminated in the signing of the Matignon Accords by which employers granted some concessions.
After these events, the CGPF became the General Confederation of French Employers, who provided more space for SMEs.
The Vichy regime:
The Vichy regime dissolved all confederations by the decree of 1940 but the employers did not disappear. At the same time, committees of organizations were established and corresponded to different between the industry sectors.
In late 1941, the charter to establish social committees in establishments was adopted.
Tags - Vichy,CGPF, Matignon Accords