14. September 2021

Chemical Industry Main Agreement

Filed under: Allgemein — @ 05:51

The new national collective agreement highlights the central role of vocational training in improving the quality of human resources. It states that appropriate training programmes promote the professional development of workers and facilitate their employment in various activities of the enterprise. It states that training improves employability and productivity. The signatories to the agreement announced their intention to better promote continuing vocational training and the role of bilateral training institutions in the chemical sector. The national collective agreement makes it possible to introduce „opening clauses“ into collective agreements in the sector. This is provided for in the Interconfederal Agreement of 28 June 2011 (IT1108029I). Agreements at company level that are part of the national collective agreement may be signed by the representatives of the enterprises in collaboration with organizations of the local authority. The unions are also satisfied with the agreement. According to Sergio Gigli, Secretary General of Femca Cisl, the new agreement contains the necessary instruments to increase productivity and stabilise employment in companies through second-level negotiations. In the chemical industry, we have shown once again that a strong union achieves lasting results for workers. Not only have we been working on significant revenue growth in a challenging global environment, but we have also updated and strengthened the demographic allowances in this collective agreement. It is important for people and for the industry; It is a real investment for the future. The agreement represents an increase of €148 for the three-year period of the transaction, which must be paid in instalments.

From 1 December 2012, workers will receive an increase of €10 and an increase of €33 from January 2013. They will receive an additional €43 on 1 January 2014, €47 from 1 January 2015, €15 from 1 October 2015. The agreement also provides for the development of enterprise-level projects aimed at creating more work for young people. These so-called „Progetti Ponte“ projects will allow older workers to reduce their working hours and allow young people to enter a company. An executive about to retire will act as a guardian alongside the new employee through limited part-time work. FRANKFURT, 22 YEARS OLD. November (Reuters) – Germany`s chemical industry has reached a collective agreement with workers for the next 29 months, a 6 percent wage increase, according to the union. In March 2013, italian employers` organisations agreed on a renewal of the national collective agreement in the chemical and pharmaceutical sector. .

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