Estonia - Collective agreement in the hotel sector - April 30, 2016

After nearly one year and three months of negotiations the Service Workers Union (ETKA) and SOKOTEL SOK Group concluded a new collective agreement for nearly 250 workers at two of SOKOTELS hotels in Tallinn, Solo SOKOS and Original SOKOS Hotel Viru, and all its restaurants, bars, nightclub and spa. The collective agreement is valid for two years. This is one of the first collective agreements for hotel and restaurants workers in the country. The collective agreement guarantees workers better working conditions.


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