The trade unions will seek to improve the salaries of all staff in Slovenian, as the statistics are being developed; shows that the profits of the companies in the country have risen dramatically, although wage growth is well behind
One of the great trade unions that has existed in recent years. The struggle continues.
© Borut Peterlin
The Free Trade Union Association of Shlovakia (ZSSS) and the Slovenia Sleeve Trade Union Alliance will host a lagoon campaign in Ljubljana two weeks later. For this reason, employers want higher salaries for all staff in Slovenian, so members of the private sector's trade unions will join the members of the private sector's trade unions.
According to president ZSSS Lidija Jerkič at today's news conference in Ljubljana, some of their members have seen unhappy salaries already with their membership. "In addition, there is no social dialogue in the context of joint ventures that are going to happen safely," she said.
Due to unsatisfactory salary administration, salary growth has been strengthened for a long time, but it is founded, according to her, has sunk in the latest session of the Economic and Social Council related to the adoption of a new law on the # At least, when employers spend 30 euros increase their lowest wage to a cube that has established such a three-dimensional social dialogue at a state level as well as a # 39 ; discussion on joint venture activities.
In other words: employers are at risk of completing common agreements, she says, "Before employers start one of these things, they must be very clear that we do not eat so much & As possible of agreements. "
The complaint will be held on Wednesday, 5 December, at 11m in front of the Shlovakia Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Ljubljana. Lidija Jerkič did not want to quantify what number of participants expected, but he said that all those who "received the feeling of the paid problem" were invited.
"We want to make it clear to employers that we want higher salaries, not just a minimum salary, but for all employees in this country," she said. President Pergam Jakob Počivavšek said that "all workers in Slavia work higher earnings, and in this effort, staff in public sector support staff in the private sector and against that. "
"We want to make it clear to employers that we want higher salaries, not just a minimum salary, but for all employees in this country."
(Lidija Jerkic, ZSSS)
Members of the public sector trade unions are also present. "These are the requirements for higher salaries, in the face of the disagreement that is expected in a two-dimensional social dialogue, to activate and agree social communications on high salaries in general agreements , and also on the change that is proposed on the law at a low low level, "a & # 39; build up Povivavsek.
The Council of the Appellate members applied for the development of the Minimum Payment Act 14 days back with the support of members of the parliamentary consortium. But employers are faced with, and therefore not considered by material at the last session of the Economic and Social Council.
"All staff in Slovenian will employ higher earnings, and in this effort, staff in public sector support staff in the private sector and vice versa."
(Jakob Počivalšek, Pergam)
"Patients lose their patience with the lowest payment," said Lidija Jerkic today, saying that the ZSSS supports everything in the Statutory compounds, that is the increase in the level of the minimum salaries, the appropriate agreement and the removal of its installments. "The gap between the lowest basic wages under general agreements, real payment and the minimum salary increase significantly from month to month, and for us this is inappropriate," Počivavšek agrees with the amendment to the law.
To improve all employee remuneration in Slovenian, they are also involved in other public unions. "Statistics show that the profits of companies in this country have risen considerably, and that the growth of wages is significantly behind this growth, especially in the last two years," said the Education Secretary General and Training Slovenia, Branimir Štrukelj. Accordingly, they also participate in & # 39; Supporting the amendment to the lowest level Act: if the employers' challenge continues, the co-agency itself will also be able to; recommends support for the minimum salary increase.