Publication de la newsletter 02/2022 : « Collective Bargaining »

Au sommaire de cette nouvelle lettre d’information d’ETUI, l’European Trade Union Institute (cliquer ici)

European sources

Towards a fair and sustainable digital platform labour

Communication on decent work

Start of social dialogue on decent work for drivers and couriers

Report on collective labour disputes

Austria

Unions in public and private healthcare launch petition

New collective agreement for electricity industry

Belgium

First steps towards improved work-life balance

Towards the right to request a four-day week

Bulgaria

Parliament approves increase in minimum wage

Data on wage increases in fourth quarter of 2021

Croatia

Company raises wages by 30%

Government and unions aim for new public sector collective agreement

Cyprus

Purchasing power of salaries below 2006 level

Wage gap is declining

Czechia

Unions criticize austerity measures

Denmark

New rules for remote working

Plan to tackle labour shortage

Estonia

Employers plead for flexible work permits for Ukrainians

Finland

Union announces strike at Finnair

Paper workers extend strike

France

New agreement on telework

Single national collective agreement for metallurgy industry

Germany

Union demands more purchasing power for chemical and pharmaceutical workers

Five percent wage increase demanded in printing industry

Real wages fall for second year in a row

Textile workers in East Germany demand six percent higher wage

Greece

Strike of port workers

Hungary

Largest minimum wage increase in EU

Iceland

Collective agreements raise wage index

Ireland

Union calls for pay rise for low-paid workers

Strike action hospital pharmacists called off

Italy

Unions call for strike against Telecom spin off

Union proposes measures for health sector

Latvia

Union wants to cancel rules preventing work without COVID-19 certificate

Liechtenstein

Many apprenticeship positions vacant

Lithuania

Strike at chemicals factory

Luxembourg

Medical staff struggles with labour shortages

Malta

Union opposes mandatory vaccination

Netherlands

Collective agreement for public transport workers

New agreement for general practitioner care

Norway

Statement on collective bargaining in 2022

Poland

Wages up by 9.5%

Portugal

Metro employees plan strike

Minimum wage not adequate to avoid poverty

Romania

Employees of aluminum company protest against closure

Slovakia

Wages grow fastest in accommodation, wholesale and sale of motor vehicles

Slovenia

Health and social care unions call for strike

Spain

Unions demand action on temporary work

Minimum wage increased to €1,000

Sweden

Construction workers lack collective agreement

Switzerland

Higher wage for hospital workers

Turkey

Workers go on strike as inflation rises

Food delivery couriers on strike

United Kingdom

Salary increases and free health check screening at retail chain

University staff on strike

Pay boost for care workers

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