Liechtenstein - Union calls for minimum wage and generally binding agreements - May 31, 2017

In two contributions, the trade union LANV has called for decent minimum wages and the conclusion of generally binding agreements. The first contribution was made by the LANV president during the traditional 1 May manifestation. LANV referred to the fact that in some sectors, like the transport sector, no agreements exist. In other sectors, for instance the hospitality sector, part of the employers’ side resists the application of the generally binding procedure. In general, it was criticised that the employers stick to a neoliberal agenda.

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