As announced this morning for Bouygues Télécom, the general management of the operator SFR has also revealed its major strategic orientations as part of an economic reorganization. The operator should thus present a voluntary departure plan to the unions in November.
According to site information France Evening, a spokesperson for the Vivendi subsidiary reportedly said: “ A method and an implementation schedule were presented: the reorganization plan launched in November. Until then, we are giving priority to internal mobility and training, on which we will put a lot of resources “,” At the same time as the reorganization project in November, a voluntary departure plan will be presented to the social partners for negotiation. “.
This situation of declining turnover is partly due to the arrival of Free on the mobile market, which would have taken approximately 620,000 customers at SFR, 615,000 at Orange, and 380,000 at Bouygues Télécom.
According to information from Journal Du Dimanche, published on June 24, SFR could proceed to the elimination of 1000 to 1200 positions. The weekly then relied on several sources close to the operator. According to the JDD, the job cuts should affect, in the first place, the positions of commercial services, those of the distribution network, as well as those of call centers run by subcontractors.
The weekly specified, moreover, that this social plan was part of a broader savings program, initiated by Vivendi. This could amount to € 1 billion