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Collective Bargaining news is EPSU’s newsletter covering developments in collective bargaining and pay and conditions in the public services across Europe. As well as general editions, EPSU also produces some special issues focusing on key topics such as minimum wages, trade union rights, pensions and economic governance. Further special issues are planned for the future. Please send us short updates on collective bargaining in your country so that we can improve the coverage of the newsletter. You can send them to rpond@epsu.org.

  • Netherlands

    Pay rises of up to 9% for mental health workers and other news

  • Czech Republic

    Civil service union reacts angrily to pay freeze

  • U.K.

    Unions pushing for pay rises for drivers in waste sector

  • Poland

    Municipal workers call for pay increase

  • Italy

    Unions sign agreements in non-profit health and social care and security and defence

  • Austria

    Pay rise for childcare workers as health and social care staff get 37-hour week

  • Norway

    Special agreement covers overtime and pay for municipal workers

  • Germany

    First of two increases in national minimum wage for 2022

  • Spain

    Union concern over delay in telework agreement

  • Sweden

    Municipal workers get improved job security, transition and pension arrangements

  • Portugal

    Unions maintain their campaign over pay and collective agreement

  • Israel

    Court rules against university’s anti-union actions

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  • Italy

    New agreements in central government and for private doctors

  • Spain

    Unions unite in calls for more health staff

  • Europe

    European Institutions : pay and pensions rise by 1.9 % net

  • Europe

    ETUC exposes wage/productivity gap

  • Slovak Republic

    Pay rise and extra leave for public sector workers

  • Europe

    ETUC welcomes draft directive on platform work

  • U.K.

    Many care workers in Wales could see pay rise by 11%

  • Denmark

    Compensation payments expose high risk working environment

  • Finland

    Union survey reveals extent of staffing problem in childcare

  • Ireland

    Union says childcare staffing crisis driven by low pay not lack of qualified staff

  • Kosovo

    Health union suspends strike action

  • France

    Unions react angrily to another pay freeze for public sector workers

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  • Lithuania

    Health unions negotiate collective agreement with major boost to pay

  • Slovenia

    Pay rises for many health and social care workers but negotiations to continue

  • Germany

    Pay rise and lump sum for regional government workers

  • Austria

    Public sector deal delivers 3% average pay rise

  • Italy

    Confederations plan national strike over government policy

  • Spain

    Unions agree equality plan with Red Cross

  • Finland

    Two-week strike stops threat to pay and conditions

  • Europe

    ETUC highlights data showing increase in wage gap

  • Netherlands

    Youth workers take second day of strike action

  • Europe

    Report tracks latest minimum wage trends

  • Sweden

    Joint review underlines value of crisis agreement

  • Norway

    Care workers are employees – final court victory

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