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Public service unions in Spain have welcomed the latest steps in agreeing a new draft statute covering the rights of around 2.5 million public sector workers. The basic statute has set out the main employment rights of public sector workers for over 25 years and for the last two years unions have been negotiating important changes. The new statute will enshrine the right to collective bargaining, include measures to reduce the use of temporary contracts as well as recognising the need for achieving a better work-life balance. Once agreed in parliament the new law should take effect in the
Firefighters organised by all three public sector federations (ACOD-CGSP, SLFP-VSOA and ACV-CSC) organised a demonstration in Brussels on 13 December in protest at plans to change the statutes regulating their employment conditions. The unions are particularly angry about the lack of proper negotiations as well as transparency and information about the proposed changes. Read more at > Le Soir newspaper (FR) And at > CGSP/ACOD/SIAMU (FR, NL)
(October 2016) Four union organisations - CCOO, UGT, FSES and CSI-F - are calling for changes in the framework statute covering public sector workers to take account of the recent European Court of Justice ruling on temporary contracts (see last issue of epsucob@NEWS). The ruling related to staff in the health sector in particular and unions want to see changes that ensure that structural staffing needs are covered by permanent jobs and an end to the replacement rates that have reduced employee numbers in recent years.