Federation demands real negotiations over working time


The FSP-UGT has criticised the government for failing to undertake serious negotiations in the state administration sector. A series of meetings were due this month to tackle a range of issues in the lead up to general negotiations covering state administration. The FSP-UGT says that government has simply been issuing statements about working conditions rather than indicating its intention to negotiate over the issues. The union has set out a number of key issues on working time that is argues need to be resolved to reverse changes imposed unilaterally by the government. These relate to the 35-hour week, annual leave arrangements, rules on holidays and sick leave and new proposals to allow working time flexibility for those with long-term illnesses.
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