Suicides chez france telecom : didier lombard se défend france télécom et trois ex-dirigeants menacés de poursuite après la vague de suicides suicide au travail, briser l'omerta. The world health organization put the suicide rate in france at 264 per 100,000 for men and 92 for women in 2005 that is the highest among large european economies, but still well behind japan. After a seven-year inquiry into a wave of suicides at france telecom, the paris prosecutor has recommended former executives be put on trial for 'workplace harassment' and 'destabilizing' employees.
France telecom became orange in 2013 as it has always said, orange rejects the accusations and will make its case during the public hearing which will be scheduled in the coming months, an orange spokesman said in response to news of the trial. The case deals with a dramatic series of suicides at france telecom between 2008 and 2009 over a period of 18 months preceding the date of the opening lines of the case, 23 france telecom employees took their lives many of the deceased had left notes blaming work-related stress or management. Didier lombard, the former chief executive officer of france telecom, will stand trial for moral harassment, a decade after a wave of employee suicides coincided with the restructuring he led. French prosecutors have called for telecommunications giant france telecom, now renamed orange, and its former executives to face trial over a wave of employee suicides, an investigation source.
(bloomberg) -- didier lombard, the former chief executive officer of france telecom, will stand trial for moral harassment, a decade after a wave of employee suicides coincided with the restructuring he led the onetime monopoly, now known as orange sa, and six of its executives have also been. But france telecom says the rate of suicides is statistically not unusual for a company with a 100,000 workforce according to the world health organization, france had an annual suicide rate of 264 for 100,000 men in 2008. France telecom insists however that 23 suicides over the past 18 months is still within the normal range for a company of its size - it has 100,000 personnel the french suicide rate was 15 per 100,000 in 2004 - the last year that data was released. France telecom suicides spark concern the death of a french telecom employee this week marks the 24th person in the company to commit suicide in the past 18 months some say huge layoffs brought.
Authorities in france have put the former head of france telecom, didier lombard, under a formal investigation in connection with a spate of more than 30 employee suicides at his company in 2008. After a lengthy inquiry into a wave of suicides at france telecom, the paris prosecutor has recommended that its former chief executive and other key figures are put on trial for bullying at. The case is set up to deal with a sensational number of suicides at france telecom between 2009 and 2008 over an interval of 18 months preceding the date of the opening lines, 23 france telecom workers, took their lives. Ten people working for one of europe's largest telecom firms in france have committed suicide in the past three months for reasons 'explicitly related' to their jobs, it emerged today orange.
On 11 september 2009, a france telecom employee threw herself out of the office window to her death hers was the 23 rd suicide in the company since early 2008 there was another france telecom. The former head of france telecom didier lombard, six other executives and telecoms operator orange have been ordered to stand trial over their alleged role in a wave of staff suicides they. France telecom began a massive re-organization three years ago, cutting one fifth of its workforce since then employees have been going to a lot of funerals there have been 26 in the last 18 months. France telecom countered that the rate of suicides was no higher than in the general population after he stepped down, lombard, who was succeeded by stephane richard, said he regretted not taking. For france telecom's employees and their loved ones, modernizing the company -- a great idea in the abstract -- caused enormous personal suffering when actually put into practice.
The former head of france telecom and six other executives have been ordered to stand trial over their alleged role in a wave of suicides starting in 2008. Suicides at france telecom captured media attention in 2009, and with some attributing blame on the company's restructuring in the wake of its privatization  a map showing the prevalence of suicide in france, 1872-1876. France telecom is struggling to deal with a wave of staff suicides which has seen more than 20 workers take their lives in the past 18 months - some leaving notes blaming job stress and misery at work. The suicides at france télécom preceded another well-publicized case in a large multinational company—foxconn technology group in china—where 18 young migrant workers aged between 17 and 25.
The case briefly describes the history of france télécom, the change initiatives following the deregulation of the european telecommunications industry, and the development of the attention of the french nation and international public toward the company in the aftermath of the suicides and suicide attempts. France telecom was hit by a wave of employee suicides beginning in 2008 that took the lives of over 30 workers in two years, including a man who stabbed himself in the stomach during a staff.
Orange was formerly the state-owned france telecom, which reported a similar wave of deaths between 2008 and 2009 the number of suicides so far this year is almost as high as for the whole of. Since 2006 and peaking after 2008, several employee suicides took place after the privatization of france telecom now part of international telecommunications giant orange, sixty france telecom employees committed suicide over a three year period as cut backs destabilized that company and developed. About a decade after a wave of employee suicides put french telecommunications provider france telecom, now known as orange, in a harsh spotlight, its former chief executive, six other executives. Media focused on its similarities to france telecom explaining the reasons of suicides among foxconn employees, speaking in terms of sweat and tears workshops , a lack of psychological and internal communication device , negative reactions from top management or a general.