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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL - The anticapitalist Dico Lulu: What is "social wage"? -- Each month, a word or vetted by Lulu expression (fr) [machine translation]

Date Sun, 15 Sep 2013 16:06:24 +0300

In France , orders 4 and October 19, 1945 marked the creation of the modern social security in a joint model. ---- In contrast to the liberal logic that considers the job market as a market like any other , the establishment of social security guarantees to employees , are a set of rights related to their salary to enable them to cope with vagaries of life ( health, pension , unemployment) . Therefore, a significant portion of the salary is socialized ( between a quarter and a third of the gross salary) , and redistributed according to the needs of people. Friot Bernard speaks of paid work on the assumption that retirees are very active in associations such without remuneration is linked to their activity.

Bernard Friot economist [1] , defends the social model , which has shown its efficiency and stability , and plans to extend it to the whole wage . The idea is to completely disconnect the wages and employment. Thus each individual would have a guaranteed salary of age at his death . The philosophy of Bernard Friot is that unlike liberal thought which considers the employee as a burden and a cost , labor released from his employer blackmail will be much more effective and socially useful .

In the early 2000s, the South Student Union joined theories Bernard Friot defending the idea of ââa social wage for all workers in training (students , student and apprentice es ) , this social wage would funded by a new employer contribution . The salary socialized to youth is not a utopia, but it is already a reality for some Danish students have a right to six years of funding for training (about 750 euros per month). At a time when job losses are particularly severe and where shareholder profits have never been higher , a social wage extended to all salaried -e- s would be an effective weapon against the arbitrary employer . Productivity gains are such that the financing of such a measure is not unrealistic . However, in the current context of the class struggle , it remains to find the social forces capable of imposing this measure. While the concept of social wage is not revolutionary in itself, it is a relevant track reflection for the construction of a socialist , egalitarian and self-managing society .

[1] See, for example Heads of wages in 2012 , Editions La Dispute .
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