Spain - Bargaining for metal workers concluded - March 31, 2017

The trade unions CC.OO and UGT and the employers’ organisation in the metal sector have signed a framework agreement. The agreement will apply to around one million workers in some 170,000 companies. It sets the frame for negotiations at regional and local level. The aim is to work towards more homogeneity in terms of working conditions and salaries whilst still taking into account local specificities. Several themes have been listed fur future negotiations, such as work organisation, equal opportunities and career policy.

Spanish: http://www.ugt-fica.org/41-ultimas-noticias/1013-acordado-el-texto-definitivo ...

http://confemetal.es/index ... 

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