Liechtenstein - Several collective agreements generally binding - February 28, 2017

In its journal, trade union LANV reports about the last bargaining round, with negotiations in 18 branches and sectors. The outcome is a pay increase within a range of 0.3 to 1%, except in branches that had already on a pay increase in 2016 or branches that failed to come to a deal. Social partners have requested the government to declare the agreements for carpenters, roofers, cleaning and private doorkeepers generally binding. They also asked for a generally binding effect of improvements in 8 other collective agreements (automotive, building and plasterwork, retail, electrical branches, IT, gardeners, tilers and cabinet makers).

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