Liechtenstein - Demands for bargaining formulated - September 30, 2017

The trade union confederation LANV has formulated its pay demands for the next bargaining round. The union comes up with a range from 1 to 2% pay increases, depending on the sector and branch. The union is in favour of nominal increases, in order to not widen the gap between high and low-income earners. Other demands are longer holidays for elderly, reaching in the long term to 5 weeks at the age of 50 years.  

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