French Confederation of Management – General Confederation of Executives

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CFE-CGC
Confédération Française de l'Encadrement - Confédération Générale des Cadres (logo).png
Full name French Confederation of Management - General Confederation of Executives
Native name Confédération Française de l'Encadrement CGC
Founded October 15, 1944
Members 140,000
Affiliation TUAC
Key people Bernard Van Craeynest, president
Gérard Labrune, secretary general
Office location Paris, France
Country France
Website www.cfecgc.org

The French Confederation of Management – General Confederation of Executives (French: Confédération française de l'encadrement - Confédération générale des cadres, CFE-CGC) is one of the five major French confederations of trade unions.

It only organizes unions for professional employees, with higher education and/or in management or executive positions. It originated from several former unions of engineers in 1945. Its leader is Bernard Van Craeynest.

Professional Elections[edit]

The CFE-CGC won 8.19% of the vote in the employee's college during the 2008 professional elections, its best result to date. It had won 7.01% in 2002.

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