COMPOSITION OF THE CNNC
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COMPOSITION OF THE CNNC

LABOR CODE. (Regulatory part – Decrees in the Council of State)
Section 1: Composition of the National Collective Bargaining Commission
Article R136-1
(Decree n ° 83-461 of June 8, 1983 art. 1 Official Journal of June 9, 1983)Eighteen employee representatives and eighteen employer representatives sit on the National Collective Bargaining Commission.
Article R136-2
(Decree n ° 83-461 of June 8, 1983 art. 1 Official Journal of June 9, 1983)The permanent representatives of the employees are appointed by the Minister in charge of labor under the following conditions:
1 ° Six representatives, on the proposal of the General Confederation of Labor (CGT);
2 ° Four representatives, on the proposal of the French Democratic Confederation of Labor (CFDT);
3 ° Four representatives, on the proposal of the General Confederation of Labor – Force Ouvrière (CGT – FO);
4 ° Two representatives, on the proposal of the French Confederation of Christian Workers (CFTC);
5 ° Two representatives, on the proposal of the French confederation of the general confederation of managers (CFE – CGC).
Article R136-3
(Decree n ° 83-461 of June 8, 1983 art. 1 Official Journal of June 9, 1983)(Decree n ° 97-80 of January 30, 1997 art. 1 Official Journal of January 31, 1997)

The full representatives of employers are appointed by the Minister in charge of labor under the following conditions:
1 ° Twelve members representing professions other than agricultural, including:
a) Nine, on the proposal of the National Council of French Employers (CNPF), representing the various categories of enterprises in industry, commerce and services, including two representatives for medium and small enterprises, and one, after consultation with the National Council of French Employers (CNPF), for public enterprises;
b) Two on the proposal of the General Confederation of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (CGPME);
2 ° Two members representing the agricultural professions, one on the proposal of the National Federation of Farmers Unions (FNSEA) and the other on the proposal of the National Confederation of Mutuality, Cooperation and Agricultural Credit (CNMCCA) );
3 ° Three members representing artisan employers, on the proposal of the Professional Craft Union (UPA);
4 ° A member representing the liberal professions, on the proposal of the National Union of Liberal Professions Associations (UNAPL).

Article R136-4
(Decree n ° 83-461 of June 8, 1983 art. 1 Official Journal of June 9, 1983)Alternate members double the number of full members mentioned in Articles R. 136-2 and R. 136-3 are appointed by the Minister responsible for labor under the same conditions as the full members.

However, the substitutes appointed on the proposal of the trade union organizations of employees mentioned in article R. 136-2 must include at least one representative of the employees of the agricultural professions, whether or not these organizations have proposed as full member a representative of these employees. The organizations mentioned in 1 ° of article R. 136-3 may propose, as substitutes, representatives of the agricultural professions belonging to said organizations.

Article R136-5
(Decree n ° 83-461 of June 8, 1983 art. 1 Official Journal of June 9, 1983)The titular and substitute members who represent the employees or the employers of the agricultural professions are appointed in agreement with the minister in charge of agriculture.
Article R136-6
(Decree n ° 83-461 of June 8, 1983 art. 1 Official Journal of June 9, 1983)Members of the national collective bargaining commission must be of French nationality and enjoy their civic and political rights.
Article R136-7
(Decree n ° 83-461 of June 8, 1983 art. 1 Official Journal of June 9, 1983)The national collective bargaining commission is convened by the minister responsible for labor on his own initiative or at the request of the majority of its full members.
She gathers at least once per year .
Article R136-8
(Decree n ° 83-461 of June 8, 1983 art. 1 Official Journal of June 9, 1983)

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