This must confirm that the company intends to sue the non-professional personal committee for the duration of the agreement. The mandate is maintained by the Committee and approved by both parties. After a rather difficult period of negotiations, there has been a breakthrough in several important rounds of negotiations, such as the construction sector. However, negotiations remain tense with 600,000 civil service employees. In May 2015, after four years of deadlock, a framework agreement was signed between three unions and employers` representatives. Wages will now increase by 5.05% and all public servants will receive a lump sum of 500 euros. However, the FNV, the main union involved, refused to sign the agreement, saying that the agreed increases were financed by pension cuts. The FNV challenged the agreement (and the reduction of pensions) in court, but lost the first summary trial on October 1, 2015. In the event of dismissal, the parties will endeavour to reach an agreement on VTP within 10 days of the start of VTP negotiations and, if possible, to implement the programme before decisions are issued. If no agreement is reached on the VTP, the company will propose the minimum described below. (g) This hourly agreement will come into force on the date of CRPEG`s ratification of the CNL-PIPSC collective agreement.
(a) subject to Article 19 or subject to a waiver of the agreement with the Institute, internal competitions are held for the continuation of positions within the section 1 bargaining unit (recognition) that the company wishes to fulfil; Communications regarding required qualifications and related work are published at least six (6) working days prior to the competition selection deadline. Applications from workers who have not worked during the posting period are considered when they are received within a reasonable time before the selection process is completed. (m) The hours covered in subsections (j) and (k) are reduced by eight (8) hours per day of leave, in accordance with sections 13, 14 and 15 of the collective agreement. Regular rest days are not considered a vacation. In addition, aggregated hours are not considered a vacation. This article is mainly based on contributions from Eurofound`s European correspondent network for the first quarter of 2015. Other public sector funds are covered by Eurofound`s 2014 report on labour relations in the core public administration: current trends and characteristics, and by EurWORK`s collective bargaining portal. In the first quarter of 2015, a major public sector agreement was renewed in Denmark, with 850,000 employees. The agreement is valid for three years, a sign that the social partners expect positive economic development. An important change is the adaptation of the „regulatory mechanism“ for agreements defining speed-fixing measures: this means that if wage increases in the public sector exceed those of the private sector, downward adjustments are made immediately to take account of the progress of the public sector towards the private sector. (d) „eligible superannuation,“ the basic earnings that the employer receives during the year of the plan, including base salary, lump sum salary, continuing bonus per position, 40/42 hour work bonus, long-term action, continuing child care allowance; The payment of contributions, the premium to the posted turnover and all other payments, pensions considered eligible in the current collective agreement, without payments of an unused period of leave, overtime pay, bonuses, commissions, allowances, other special allowances and the current value of benefits In 2013, the government cancelled collective agreements to reduce the basic premium from HRK 1,800 (236 euros by October 9, 2015) to HRK500 (65 euros).