Onclusive, an international group specializing in media monitoring and employing 383 people in France, will replace in January and June 2024 more than half of its workforce with artificial intelligence software, as reported France Inter Friday confirming information from Libération. In total, 217 jobs will be eliminated at its Courbevoie site (Hauts-de-Seine), and three production departments will close.

Efficiency and quality

The employees dismissed by this redundancy plan were responsible for researching and collecting articles in order to carry out press reviews for their institutional or private clients. A work that will now be carried out by artificial intelligence solutions. For some staff representatives, this choice could reduce the quality of the summary proposed in the press reviews.

In response, Onclusive, in a statement Friday, said the new tools will provide "faster and more reliable service." The group is also committed to "fully supporting" their employees through professional transition work. A first negotiating meeting took place on Friday.

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