The atmosphere is no longer good at Orange. Several unions are sounding the alarm bells against decisions taken by the company’s management and human resources department: stressful working conditions, recruitment freeze, questionable management reorganizations in certain entities, etc. However, the results of the latest Orange joint survey on working conditions and stress in 2018 were quite good: 88% of employees say they are proud to work for Orange and 82% would advise a loved one to work there. . This concern is, in part, rekindled by the trial which sentenced the former leaders of France Telecom to one year in prison for moral harassment on December 20. On edge, several trade unionists spot the beginnings of similarities all the better.
First indicator, the unions have noted three suicide attempts in recent months, including a young woman under pressure in Tours during the holidays, another in eastern France and at least one in Île-de-France. It’s part of the signals