The full employment objective claimed by Emmanuel Macron during his various media interventions will begin to be felt by many French people. As a bonus, the government wants to reorganize the employment and integration services. With a long-awaited bill: France Travail. This entity should succeed Pôle Emploi.

This bill should be presented in early June to the Council of Ministers, said Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne on Saturday May 13, during her trip to Reunion. While confirming that it will provide for “penalties” for RSA beneficiaries who do not comply with the “accompaniment” course on returning to work, as explained by Thank you for the info. “There will indeed be the possibility of suspending, for a short period perhaps to start, in any case there will also be a system of sanctions once we have accomplished, on our side, our share of responsibility, it that is to say that we will have put the beneficiary of the RSA in a position to follow the course that we have proposed to him”.

Despite everything, this possibility of sanction will intervene “as soon as we have settled the other preliminary problems”, the “peripheral brakes” on the return to employment, specified the Prime Minister, citing in particular the problem of childcare. . However, this proposal has already been tested since the beginning of April.

In total, no less than 18 departments are put to the test of the France Travail project. Among them are the North, the Somme, the Aisne, the Eure, the Vosges, the Mayenne, the Ille-et-Vilaine, the Loire-Atlantique, the Yvelines, the Loiret, the Yonne, the Côte- d’Or, Creuse, Aveyron, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Bouches-du-Rhône, the metropolis of Lyon and Reunion. Reunion is the only one concerned overseas and the Prime Minister signed the State-department agreement on the France Travail experiment on Saturday. “We want to give ourselves all the capacity to make the local missions, the departmental council, the region, which is responsible for training job seekers, work together. We are mobilizing all our forces to best support the beneficiaries of the RSA “, she said on this occasion. “We must continue to aim for the levers to allow everyone to return to a job. This is all the more important in a context where we know that there are many companies looking to recruit and who say that they can’t.”

Note that 19 departments were initially planned for this phase. The department of Seine-Saint-Denis withdrew from the list, explaining that it refused the logic of “conditionality of aid” from the government.