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France Telecom : international framework agreement on fundamental rights signed

France Telecom will be particularly attentive to the prevention of forced work, to the prohibition of child labour and the exploitation of children, to health and job security, to the respect of membership, or not, of a union organisation and to the promotion of  collective social dialogue with the unions and/or workers’ representatives. With regard to issues such as combating all forms of compulsory and forced labour, forbidding child work and eschewing all forms of discrimination, the agreement emphasizes that the commitment of suppliers and of service providers “is a criterion of selection”. The text recommends “dynamic employment policies” encouraging international mobility, access to training and respect of appropriate wage levels ensuring male/female equality.

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of discrimination, the agreement emphasizes that the commitment of suppliers and of service providers “is a criterion of selection”. The text recommends “dynamic employment policies” encouraging international mobility, access to training and respect of appropriate wage levels ensuring male/female equality.

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