France - Teachers want decent living wage - August 31, 2017

The trade unions in education have referred to the government’s commitment to the Protocol on Professional Pathways, Careers and Remuneration that ensures public servants a decent standard of living.  In a joint letter, the signatory trade unions recall that at the meeting of the Joint Council of the Public Service on 10 July 2017, the Minister for Budget, Public Accounts and Civil Administration announced on behalf of the government, in respect of the Protocol, that ‘the public finances situation compels us to examine the timetable for the implementation of the Protocol and the staggering of its introduction’.

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