UNEDICUnion Nationale Interprofessionnelle pour l'Emploi Dans l'Industrie et le Commerce (French: National Interprofessional Union for Employment in Industry and Trade)
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The affirmation reflects the unchanged links between Unedic and the French State (AA/Stable) over the last 12 months.
Unedic paid an additional 43 million [euro] in 2009 for APLD agreements (Table 1).
27 February 2012 - Credit Suisse was picked lead manager for French unemployment insurance agency Unedic's issue of a EUR750m (USD1bn) bond, which was priced on Friday, Reuters said.
The ratings reflect Unedic's policy mission as the sole manager of the French unemployment insurance system (UIS) under state delegation.
Make the public employment A one-stop shop (Pale emploi) has service (PSE) more efficient by been created through the merger setting up a one-stop shop of ANPE and UNEDIC. What through a merger of ANPE and constitutes a "reasonable job UNEDIC, by harmonising the rights offer" has been defined; a person and obligations of those without on unemployment insurance may not work, by imposing a job-search turn down more than two such requirement, and by assessing the offers without incurring effectiveness of programmes financial penalties.
The employment agency, the UNEDIC, is also committed to provide FF15 billion (0.2 per cent of GDP) to help jobless people pay for their housing.
Harmonisation requires a system in which one single nationwide institution is in charge of all the schemes, which would be much easier if the body providing placement services for the unemployed (the ANPE) were better coordinated with and in the longer run merged with that responsible for unemployment insurance (UNEDIC).
Improve the efficiency of public The creation of maisons de employment services, especially l'emploi continues (200 maisons de through the creation of one-stop l'emploi already at work in 2006) shops, increased coordination but largely on the basis of local between the ANPE and the UNEDIC, initiatives.
Since 2001, all job-seekers who register with the UNEDIC (the body responsible for unemployment compensation) and who are entitled to unemployment benefit sign a plan to help them return to work (PARE), which lists the commitments entered into by the job-seeker and those undertaken by the ASSEDIC and the ANPE (the body providing placement services for job-seekers).
This may not be feasible without merging some of the main institutions, notably the ANPE, the national employment service, and the UNEDIC, responsible for managing unemployment insurance.