Due to the obligation to protect labour, it is forbidden to become familiar with the conditions set out in collective agreements during the duration of the contract. According to the agreement, the primary objective is to reach an agreement on wage adjustments on the ground taking into account the circumstances of the company. If the agreement on a local payslip fails, wages are adjusted in accordance with the so-called withdrawal clause of the collective agreement. Payments to farm managers and occupational health and safety representatives will increase in proportion to wages in this sector. The opportunity for stewards shop training on management and welfare issues has also been added. What is stated in the agreement: – Payments to business leaders and representatives of occupational safety and health will increase by 2% from 1.4.2020 and by 1.3% from 1.4.2021. The well-being and management of the store steward in the workplace is considered important. The possibility of taking a wellness course must be taken into account when deciding on employer-backed union training. A new three-day training unit can be supported by an employer.
This training increases the training offer of a workout. Changes to the Working Time Act were made to the daily rest registrations. What is written in the agreement: – Daily rest may be temporarily reduced or temporary exemptions may be granted in accordance with Article 25 of the Working Time Act. Workers have the right to check with their employer whether the actual hours correspond to their employment contract. WFP was looking for changes that would allow more employees who are currently working part-time to get more work time. We have achieved this and, in the future, the position of part-time workers will improve both by their right to check their working time rate and by the creation of a new working group in this area between WFP and the employers` organisation. What is written in the agreement: – Part-time work has the right to check once a year with its employer, on request and within a reasonable period of time, whether its actual working time corresponds to the condition of working time in its employment contract. There is no need to do the above verification if there is a legal obligation. The associations will set up a working group to monitor possible legislative changes for part-time workers and assess their impact on part-time jobs. The task force will then assess the actions to be taken.
The collective agreement for the service sector sets out the minimum standards to be applied in this sector, such as salary, working time, sick pay, leave pay at the end of the week, etc. The conditions are minimum conditions that employers must apply to all their workers. Facility Services services include cleaning and remediation, building management, technical services, real estate services, landscaping and related tasks. Wages, payments and fees for point-based janitors and cleaners are included in an appendix to the collective agreement for workers in the area of facility services. The terms and conditions of the collective agreement must apply to all employees in the industry, whether they are unionized or not. The system works as long as the number of members is large enough. Instead of unpaid hours, employers will now be able to benefit from 8 hours of training, introduction or session per year. These are paid at the basic rate. The new agreement provides, for example. B meetings and training after the working day, pay work allowances and Sunday allowances. A maximum of 8 hours of this type can be accumulated per year at no extra cost for overtime or overtime.