French Confederation of Management – General Confederation of Executives
|Full name||French Confederation of Management - General Confederation of Executives|
|Native name||Confédération Française de l'Encadrement CGC|
|Founded||October 15, 1944|
|Key people||Bernard Van Craeynest, president
Gérard Labrune, secretary general
|Office location||Paris, France|
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.
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.
- Paul Marchelli: President from 1984 to 1993
- Politics of France
- Trade unions:
- Mouvement des Entreprises de France
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