May bridge: businesses in Côte-d’Or must adapt

May bridge: businesses in Côte-d’Or must adapt
May bridge: businesses in Côte-d’Or must adapt

This week, it is possible to have 5 days off between the May 8 public holiday, the Ascension Bridge and the weekend just after. Many businesses in Côte-d’Or have to adapt to the absence of their employees. David Butet, the president of Medef 21, is the guest of France Bleu Bourgogne.

David Butet recognizes him with a smile: “a public holiday that falls on a Sunday is always ideal for a boss!”. It’s a failure for this year 2024 and especially in this month of May. This week, Thursday May 8 is a public holiday, the next day is Ascension Thursday and just behind comes the weekend. Result, in the Panel carpentry in Longvic, the 19 employees of David Butet, also president of Medef in Côte-d’Or, are on leave.

Mathematically, 2/5 less production volume

The 5 days off this week are not necessarily a choice for David Butet.but there was strong demand from my employees because on Fridays, many schools are also closed and children must be looked after so we adapt he says.

Logical consequences: a cut in production but employees who still have to be paid. For David Butet, these public holidays “are days less for production, we cannot make up for them but on a personal level, I am working. I am going to take advantage of the calm in the company and the fact of being less requested to do work. administrative paperwork” explains the boss of Medef 21.

The month of May: a month anticipated by bosses from the start of the year

The boss of the Panel carpentry in Longvic also explains that at the start of each year, he gets a little apprehensive and sees if there are going to be many public holidays or not in May. This allows it to anticipate the dates of its projects and therefore also its order books.

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