- Five confederations recognized by the state as negotiating partners:
- Other trade unions:
- Confédération Française de l'Encadrement - Confédération Générale des Cadres (CFE-CGC)
- Union nationale des syndicats autonomes (UNSA)
- Confédération nationale du travail (CNT)
- Solidaires Unitaires Démocratiques (SUD)
- Syndicat de la Magistrature (SM)
- Union syndicale des journalistes (CFDT)
- Union syndicale des magistrats (USM)
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