In the Brasserie Lorraine case, the countdown is launched to save the company. Paralyzed since the end of March by a social conflict and facing financial difficulties, the company was placed on judicial redress for six months earlier this week.
Leaders will need to present a recovery plan to the commercial court to avoid liquidation.
Philippe Garon, director of Brasserie Lorraine
We could not afford to pay our suppliers on the invoice dates. As part of the turnaround, the judge appoints an administrator and an agent to find a solution. A solution must be found to get out of the crisis. The court has appointed two directors to assist us
The CGTM FSM was holding a press conference this morning at the Union House. It was about taking stock of the strike movement, which started last March.
The union said it was willing to suspend the strike but continued with the NAO.
Jocelyn Lamon, General Secretary CGTM FSM
There is a judicial redress so our union is taking its responsibilities. Given the news even though it is a bias used by the boss to break this movement we say we are willing to suspend this strike movement. This means keeping the gun at your feet. In return, we hear that negotiations are resuming. There is a minimum of agreement on which there was a tendency