Liechtenstein -Generally binding agreements published -March 16, 2015

The collective agreements for the retail and metal have become binding.

The government has published a long list of 2015 collective agreements and pay arrangements that are declared generally binding. The agreements for the retail and metal have become binding as a whole. In other sectors, like the cleaning, IT and several building trades, the wage paragraphs are declared binding. In several sectors the duration of the binding period was prolonged. The decisions have been published on 16 March 2015 in the official journal (volume 79-86, in German).

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