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“Social dialogue is a source of progress and harmonization of working conditions within the European network”, François Nogué, Director of Human Resources, SNCF Group (interview)

On 21 February, in France’s second month of its 6-month EU presidency, and during the European Rail Summit, the SNCF Group HR division organized an event bringing all the rail sector’s European social dialogue actors together. François Nogué, SNCF Group Director of Human Resources, looks back on both this meeting that enabled the French railway company to reaffirm its involvement in European social dialogue, as well as on the major social challenges currently facing the railway networks.


Through . Published on 06 April 2022 à 12h59 - Update on 06 April 2022 à 13h35

Why focus on European social dialogue in the rail sector?

François Nogué. On the eve of the informal 22 February meeting of European Council of Transport Ministers, held at Le Bourget France, and during the 6-month French Presidency of the European Union, SNCF organised a European Rail Summit together with the European Commission, Europe’s Rail* and the CER**. The 22 February meeting, which brought together a large number of major players in the European rail industry, including the European Commissioner for Transport, was to convey the same message to the public authorities, particularly on railway design, the challenges of decarbonising, the importance of developing collective transport (people & goods) for the railways, and the strengthening of network interoperability. In parallel to this meeting, which was held essentially at the industrial level,…

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