Various measures relating to recruitment, working time, the remuneration system and training policy are explicitly included in the text of the collective agreement. The metal processing sector is very heterogeneous and there is little information. There are no collective bargaining agreements with several employers and, according to the representative of the OnofhA-nge Gewerkschaftsbonds LA-tzebuerg (OBG-L), there are pay scales in most companies. VPS systems are primarily based on for-profit systems and are paid for as satisfaction. This year again, aleBA will be the main union in the upcoming negotiations and we will continue to represent the interests of every member of the financial sector. In order to present a full range of requirements that meet the expectations of the banking sector, aleBA invites all members and other staff members to decide on the collective agreement. All other sections of the current collective agreements remain unchanged. The ABBL collective agreement aims to regulate general working hours between the association`s member banks and their employees. The collective agreement has changed considerably over the years: compensation on the basis of training benefits; The wage policy based on family status (household premium („household premium“ is now called a household premium).

Protection against redundancy by doubling the notice period in case of economic redundancy, additional holidays and the right to lifelong learning. The information on the banking sector was provided by a representative of the Association of Banks and Bankers (ABBL) and relates only to the results of the new collective bargaining for the period 2007-2009 between the ABBL and the association of representatives of the Luxembourg sector of the employer©s banking and insurance (ALEBA). In addition to this collective agreement, each bank is free to offer its staff additional payments on a different basis. The representative of the ABBL stressed that the collective agreement will guarantee an increase in the minimum wage for employees. Since the collective agreement is the only source of information, we will provide a summary (see item 2 below). Share of the collective companies of the OGB-L: 46 companies are subject to the OGB-L, which represents about 21% of the companies in the sector. These agreements in principle with the ABBL and the ACA remain subject to ratification by their members and the approval of ALEBA`s decision-making bodies. Salaries: about 10,000 employees in the 46 conventional companies estimated by the representative of the OGB-L.

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