France: Amazon France Logistique grants 22 days of leave to employees providing care and four additional weeks of paternity leave

At the end of September, 95% of the employees of Amazon France Logistique, a warehousing subsidiary of the e-commerce giant, approved a broad agreement covering both quality of life at work and gender equality in the workplace. A vote was required as the text was only signed by three trade unions out of five (CGT, CAT and CFE-CGC). Valid for the period 2021-2023, the agreement extends the legal caregiver leave for employees concerned and offers additional days of paternity leave. The subsidiary has also committed to a process of reflection on the introduction of daytime shifts.

Through . Published on 26 November 2021 Ă  14h24 - Update on 26 November 2021 Ă  14h24

Amazon France Logistique, which employs nearly 11,500 people on 28 logistics sites in France, set out to create a “safe, efficient, inclusive and fair” working environment. The management therefore negotiated a text with trade unions on health and safety, disability, solidarity and work-life balance. Having been rejected by the CFDT and Sud-Solidaires unions (which together represent 55% of workers), the text was approved by 3,000 employees in a vote on 27 September (95% of participants).…

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