European charter of fundamental social dialogue principles signed at Clariane (formerly Korian)

Clariane, the French retirement home and private clinic group, has agreed to a charter on social dialogue. Signed on 25 October 2023, it aims to extend trade union freedoms in countries where they are least guaranteed, to ensure social dialogue at the level of each establishment and to train all managers on the issue. mind RH unveils the text.

Through Antoine Piel. Published on 27 October 2023 Ă  16h56 - Update on 31 October 2023 Ă  11h08

Clariane, which became a mission-led company on 15 June 2023, wished to make a commitment to “inclusive governance” by signing a charter with the European Works Council, trade union organisations and the EPSU (European Public Service Union). The company, then called Korian, had been hit by a crisis over working conditions and the treatment of patients in French retirement homes, in the wake of a scandal at its main competitor Orpea. The firm went on to see its profits dip 50% between 2021 and 2022.

Embodying commitments as a mission-led company

The signing of the European charter on social dialogue on 25 October should therefore embody the “inclusive governance”…

Need more info ?

Contact

mind's on-demand study service

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.