Liechtenstein - Pay deal in nine sectors - January 01, 2017

Trade union LANV (German: Liechtensteinische ArbeitnehmerInnenverband) could conclude the collective bargaining negotiations in several sectors. Two sectors will see a general wage increase of 0.5% while in the remaining seven industries there will be an individual increase between 0.3% to 1%. Work-family balance is still a major issue for the trade unions although they managed to increase the number of paternal leave days in two sectors. 

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