Decree Of 26 December 2001 On The Extension Of The Agreement Of 12 July 2001 Concluded In The Framework Of The National Collective Agreement Of Fabrics, Carpets And Linens And Modification Of The Decree Of 13 June 2001 On The Extension Of Two Acc...

Original Language Title: Decree of 26 December 2001 on the extension of the agreement of 12 July 2001 concluded in the framework of the national collective agreement of fabrics, carpets and linens and modification of the decree of 13 June 2001 on the extension of two acc ...

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JORF No.. 1 of January 1, 2002 page 94 text 109 DECREE Decree of 26 December 2001 on the extension of the agreement of 12 July 2001 concluded in the framework of the national collective agreement of fabrics, carpets and linens and editing the decree of 13 June 2001 on the extension of both agreements 18 September 2000 as part of the aforementioned National Collective Agreement NOR : MEST0111847A ELI: Not available The Minister for Employment and Solidarity, Having regard to blogs L. 133 - 1 and following of the Labour Code; Considering the decree of July 15, 1994 and subsequent decrees, including the decree of June 13, 2001, on the extension of the national collective agreement wholesale trade in fabrics, carpets and linens of December 15, 1993 and supplementing texts or modifying; Given the agreement of 18 September 2000 on the organization and reduction of working time concluded in the framework of the abovementioned collective agreement; Given the amendment No. 1 of 18 September 2000 creating a time savings account at the development agreement and reduction of working time referred to above; Considering the decree of 13 June 2001, published in the Official Journal of 23 June 2001 on the extension of the two agreements of 18 September 2000 referred to above concluded in the framework of the aforementioned national collective agreement; Considering the Supplementary Agreement of 12 July 2001 to two agreements of 18 September 2000 referred to above concluded in the framework of the aforementioned national collective agreement; Given the extension request submitted by the signatory organizations; Given the notice published in the Official Journal on 11 September 2001; Considering the views collected during the investigation; Given the reasoned opinion of the national commission for collective bargaining (Subcommittee on conventions and agreements), including the double opposition made by the representatives of two unions of employees; Whereas the extension of the abovementioned Agreement allows all employees affected by their scope to benefit from a reduction in their working time; Whereas the signatory representative organizations of the abovementioned Agreement are in accordance with the conventional freedom, set goals and rules and how they felt appropriate to the particular situation of the branch; Considering further that the abovementioned agreement is not contrary to the laws and regulations in force subject to the reservations and exclusions contained below, Stops: Article 1 are made mandatory for all employers and all employees included in the field application of the national collective agreement for the wholesale of fabrics, carpets and linens of December 15, 1993, the provisions of the Complementary Agreement of 12 July 2001 to two agreements of 18 September 2000 referred to above entered into in the context of abovementioned national collective agreement. The third paragraph of section 3.2 (counting days) of Chapter 3 (Planning of frameworks working time) is extended, subject to the provisions of Article L. 212-15-3 (III) of Labour Code, under which is incompatible with the same quality package in agreement days available to restrict the exercise of the right of employees who benefit from such a convention to freely choose the party days of rest they the initiative. Article 3.4 (daily and weekly rest) of section 3 above is extended subject to the application of provisions, firstly, of Article L. 221 - 4 of the Labour Code according to which the weekly rest must have a minimum period of twenty-four consecutive hours more consecutive hours of daily rest provided for in Article L. 220 - 1 of the Code and, secondly, of Article L. 220 - 1 of the same Code under which any employee receives a daily minimum rest period of eleven consecutive hours, unless otherwise stipulated in a collective agreement, which can have the effect of increasing the length short of nine hours. Article 2 The extension of the effects of sanctions and the abovementioned Agreement is made from the date of publication of this Order for the remaining duration and conditions of such agreement. Article 3 The decision of 13 June 2001 on the extension of the two agreements of 18 September 2000 referred to above concluded in the framework of the aforementioned National Collective Agreement is amended as follows:-with regard to the agreement of 18 September 2000 concerning the development and reduction of the aforementioned working time:-The reserve is lifted, referring to a complementary agreement or extended branch company on paragraph 5 of Article L. 212 - 8 of the Labour Code made in section 3.3 (Planning working time modulation) of Chapter 3 (the organization of working time); -The reserve is lifted, referring to a complementary agreement or extended branch company on paragraph 7 of Article L. 212 - 8 of the Labour Code made in section 3.4 (consideration) of Chapter 3 above; -The reserve is lifted, referring to a complementary agreement or extended branch company, on Article L. 212-15-3 III of the Labour Code made in section 3.6 (frames) of Chapter 3 above; -In respect of the amendment No. 1 of 18 September 2000 creating a time savings accounts to the agreement management and reduction of working hours of 18 September 2000 referred to above:-the reserve is lifted, referring to a supplementary agreement or extended branch business, dealing with paragraphs 5, 6 and 11 of Article L 227 - 1 of the labor code in paragraph 3.4 (conversion of other elements) of section 3 (supply the account). Article 4 This amending decree takes effect from the date of its publication for the remaining period and the conditions set by the above agreements. Article 5 The Labour Relations Director is responsible for the implementation of this Order, to be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic. Done at Paris, 26 December 2001. For the Minister and by delegation: By preventing the director of labor relations: The manager, L. Note Setton. -The text of the Agreement of 12 July 2001 referred to above was published in the Official Bulletin of the Ministry, installments collective Conventions Nos. 2001/32 35 dated September 29, 2001, available at the Directorate of Official Journals, 26, rue Desaix, 75727 Paris Cedex 15, priced at €7.01.

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