Liechtenstein - Info letter with bargaining news - January 01, 2017

The number 3 issue of the LANV trade union news bulletin is online. In the editorial, the ongoing bargaining round is commented. The union states that fair employers’ behaviour is not only for Christmas time. In a key contribution, the main demands from this bargaining round are listed. These demands vary according to the economic perspective in a sector and the results of recent years. In several sectors and branches the recent past was a period of zero pay increase. The sought wage increase lies now between 0.5 and 1.5%, with special attention for the lower pay scales. In some sectors, a 13. monthly wage is still missing and improvement of the minimum wage is needed up to a level of a least 3,250 Swiss Francs (3,025 euro). 

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