The Fp Cgil, Cisl Fp and Uil Fpl public service federations have finalised a new collective agreement covering around 15000 managers in local and regional government and the health service. The agreement covers the period 2016-2018 and includes a pay rise of 3.48% which follows the other public sector agreements for that period. Apart from pay, there are provisions covering trade union relations, work-life balance and leave arrangements, including support for women who are victims of violence. The agreement also establishes a joint body to look at innovation and service improvement and there is a commitment to start negotiations on an agreement covering 2019-2021. Only one public sector agreement for the 2016-18 period is now outstanding - the one covering employees of the Presidency and Council of Ministers.
Agreement for municipal and health managers
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