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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL - Hunting at HRD (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

Date Thu, 19 Oct 2017 10:11:36 +0300


The HR of the CAC 40 companies invited the Minister of Labor Muriel Pénicaud, October 12, to come to their decrypt and comment on the reform of the Labor Code, the Pré Catelan, a three-star restaurant of the 15 th arrondissement of Paris. Intellectuals, artists and trade unionists propose to invite themselves en masse " not to suffer the future they prepare for us ". ---- When the HRDs of the CAC 40 companies gueulet together, it is evidently at Pré Catelan, in full XVI th arrondissement, in the heart of the Bois de Boulogne. When they celebrate one of their own, it is obviously Muriel Pénicaud, the " HRD of the company France " - as they say - that which overthrows the table of all conservatism with its petrifying Labor Act 2.

So, on October 12th, in the morning, hardly the ordinances of the new Labor law passed, the HRDs of the big French companies - the very ones who intend to make us increasingly harder for crumbs always more microscopic - in this three-star restaurant to celebrate what they consider beforehand as their definitive victory over the poor, far from the annoying looks that are enough to spoil the little ovens. How not to think of inviting themselves en masse on that day, and to make them party too? Is it reasonable to let the HR managers of Engie, Bouygues, Michelin, Société Générale, Carrefour, Air France, Canal +, MacDonald, La Française des Jeux, La Poste, Renault, Orange, Carrefour, the next blows they intend to take, when we know that it is in numbers of suicides, burnout, depression, resignation or just misery and misery that is generally measured the success of innovative HR strategies ? There is something especially detestable in every HR department, and it begins with pretending to care about humans when its only concern is actually about their submission and their performance. Exploitation does not like to be called by name. Very early in the 1930s, "Rather than" Scientific Organization of Labor ", which felt too much of the schlague. Half a century later, they were transformed into " directors of human resources " - the kind of gardeners of the entrepreneurial jungle whose only concern would be to help us realize our potential, to free ourselves, to seize opportunities, to sustainable development of our human capital. Those who rob you of your life also demand that you thank them, if only with a forced smile. Old mafia principle. All power is set on a denied abuse. The raut of October 12 at Pré Catelan in the presence of Muriel Pénicaud is not only a gesture of mad arrogance, even provocation; it also has something new. For, since Macron took over the state apparatus, the business world no longer hides its political ambitions. The presentation of the event testifies to it enough: the new political situation " which is causing the institutions to shift and has upset the established order, invites us to look at the enterprise. There are many parallels between the management of an organization and the government of a country. Between a collaborator and a citizen. Observers considered that the "start-up Macron" had been able to marvelously play the collective card, betting on creativity, adaptability and meaning. "With Macron, the corporate world wants its historic revenge. He thinks his time has come and plans to complete his counter-revolution.

The tiny and pathetic class of "managers" has always been confined in France to a social and human contempt of every moment. His ridiculous idiom never ceased to provoke popular hilarity. His lamentable forms of life have for more than thirty years been an inexhaustible source of comedy sketches. But this laugh, often, has remained across the throat in front of the human damage. For a few months now, this class has imagined that it is at last holding the levers of power, which it finally has the right to cite. She who can reign only on the condition that she remain shut up in her few desolate and bourgeois districts, she who can not believe that she possesses a superior humanity on the ground that she has done higher education than by shutting herself in her -so gilded, exposed, and exposed "politically". It is taken from madness of grandeur. Because one of her own has become president, she imagines that the country belongs to her. Because Macron is in power, she believes she has become hegemonic. Macron and his world have for them only a ridiculous fraction of the population whom no one respects. The problem, in France, is not only the % who hold the capital, it is rather the 15 % who obey them unconditionally. The central political problem is that all these "managers" and aspiring "managers" who, not content with managing their own lives, intend to manage that of others. The revolution advocated by Macron, of which he was careful not to define nature, is none other than the old " managerial revolution ." In her dementia, she would like to send back all the life forms she considers outdated: workers and peasants, artists at the RSA and officials not interested in entrepreneurship, hungry unemployed and young politicians, retired too inactive and sinners on Sunday , immigrants without social capital and researchers without a commercial outlet. Their new world of " agility " liberated enterprise "," augmented collaborator "," collective intelligence "and" breaking innovation ", we are overwhelmingly unwilling. Everybody, basically, hates the company. Let us organize ourselves so as not to suffer the future they are preparing for us. Let us organize to celebrate, on October 12, at the HRD and at Pénicaud.

Signatories: Ludivine Bantigny, historian ; Jacqueline Balsan, President of the MNCP ; Jérôme Baschet, historian ; Eric Beynel, spokesperson for Solidaires ; Philippe Borrel, director ; Annick Coupé, trade unionist and alterglobalist ; Sylvain Creuzevault, director ; Alain Damasio, writer ; Alessi dell'Umbria, writer and filmmaker ; Laurence De Cock, historian, educational activist ; Bernard Friot, economist ; Gérard Delteil, writer ; Sylvain George, director, writer, director, ; Noël Godin, entarteur, writer and encyclopedist ; Eddy Guilain, CGT activist ; Manu Haze, peasant trade unionist; Jean-Yves Lesage, CGT of the Book ; Daniele Linhart, sociologist ; Philippe Marlière, politician ; Xavier Mathieu, Comedian ex Conti ; Gérard Mordillat, writer and filmmaker ; Ugo Palheta, sociologist ; Élisabeth Perceval and Nicolas Klotz, filmmakers ; Théo Roumier, unionist Solidaires, Cahiers de réflexions Les Utopiques ; Yves Simon, unionized SNJ-CGT.

http://www.alternativelibertaire.org/?Chasse-au-DRH
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