JORF n ° 1, January 1, 2002, page 99 text no. 115 ORDER order of 26 December 2001 with extension of an addendum to the national collective agreement of the staff of economists Auditors surveyors NOR and construction firms: MEST0111846A ELI: not available the Minister of employment and solidarity, seen articles L. 133 - 1 and following of the labour code;
Seen the Decree of 6 October 1993 and successive interim orders, including the order of October 25, 2001, with extension of the national collective agreement of employees employees of the firms of economists building and surveyors-Auditors on April 16, 1993, and of the texts which changed or completed;
Seen the Addendum No. 6 to October 3, 2001 relating to the reduction of the working time in the aforementioned collective agreement;
Given the request for extension made by the signatory organizations;
See the notice published in the Official Journal on 26 October 2001;
Seen the opinions gathered during the investigation;
Seen the advice motivated national collective bargaining Commission (Sub-Commission of the conventions and agreements), stop: Article 1 are made binding on all employers and all employees included in the scope of the national collective agreement of the staff of firms of economists building and surveyors-Auditors of 16 April 1993, as amended by Amendment No. 2 of February 12, 1997 amended 26 June 1997 , the provisions of Amendment No. 6 to October 3, 2001, relative to the reduction of working time to the abovementioned collective agreement excluding paragraph b of article 3.2.3 'annualisation' of Chapter 3 "provisions on work contracts.
The last sentence of the third paragraph of section 188.8.131.52 "recourse to part-time" Chapter 3 above is extended subject to the application of the provisions of articles L. 212-4-2 and L. 212-4-3 of the labour code relating to part-time, which set out the conditions in which it is possible to employ an employee on the basis of a number of less than the statutory working hours and pay them based on the number of hours actually worked.
The first paragraph of paragraph a of article 3.2.3 above is extended subject to respect for the provisions of the first paragraph of article L. 212 - 8 of the labour code, which define the rules for calculating the annual average length of the work. These rules, which take into account the legal holidays and public holidays provided for in article L. 222 - 1 of the labour code, can lead, in some years, at a volume of less than 1,600 hours working hours.
Chapter 7 "commitment to employment" is extended subject to compliance with article 3-I of the Act of 13 June 1998, whereby access to incentive assistance is open to companies that reduce the initial hours of work during the implementation of the reduction of working time of at least 10%.
Chapter 8 'vocational training' is extended subject to the application of the provisions of article L. 932 - 2 of the labour code, which specify the conditions under which it may be resorted to the co-investment.
Chapter 11 "individualized calendars" is extended subject to the application of the provisions of articles L. 212-4-1, L. 212-4-2, L. 212-15-2, L. 212-15-3 and L. 212 - 8, paragraph 9, of the code work authorized the use of individualisation of schedules.
Article 2 the extension of the effects and sanctions of the abovementioned Agreement is made from the date of the publication of this order for the remaining term and conditions provided for in the agreement.
Article 3 the Director of labour relations is responsible for the execution of this order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.
Done at Paris, on 26 December 2001.
For the Minister and by delegation: the Director of labour, j. relationships. Combrexelle note. -The text of the above-mentioned agreement was published in the official Bulletin of the Ministry, Conventions issue collective No. 2001/42 dated November 20, 2001, available at the Direction of official gazettes, 26, Desaix, 75727 Paris Cedex 15 Street, at the price of EUR 7.01.