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US News "Getting an eartake": Collective bargaining with private banks Canceled

00:29  19 january  2022
00:29  19 january  2022 Source:   ksta.de

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 The Russian troops deployed to Kazakhstan for a of the Russian troops of "peacekeeping" were sent last week in Kazakhstan, prey to riots. View on Euronews © Alexei Nikolsky / Sputnik President Putin during a videoconferencing of the organization of the collective security treaty (January 10, 2021) The flags were placed in Bern in Kazakhstan on Monday, declared day of mourning national By power after the riots that have made dozens of deaths and more than a thousand wounded, the exact number of victims remaining blurred.

After the termination of collective bargaining for Germany's private banks, Verdi runs the strike preparations. "We started the strike planning last night," said the negotiator of the union, Jan Shusheck, on Tuesday of the German Press Agency. "We will certainly start the strikes in the next few weeks and expand. Yesterday's course has led to a great displeasure with us and with our members. "First work of work could give it in the coming week.

Neue Bewegung in den ins Stocken geratenen Tarifverhandlungen für Deutschlands Privatbanken. © dpa New movement in the collective bargaining for Germany's private banks. Mutual Debt Disposition

The fourth round of talks for 140,000 employees of private banks had already been broken off on Monday after a short time. The Employer Association of Private Banking (AGV Banks) argued, Verdi has built "additional insurmountable hurdles for a tariff cleaning". The union in turn threw the employer side, she had not been prepared to seriously negotiate the modified receivable package presented by Verdi.

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"I've never experienced that an employer says he is willing to follow at eye level talks, the demands sound and then goes," said Verdi Secretary Stefan Wittmann, who is also involved in the negotiations. "Employers came to us with the outstretched hand and when we grabbed them, we got a slake. It will need trust-forming measures from the Sites of the AGV banking to acknowledge him as a reputable call partner at all. "

compromise offer was submitted by Verdi

Verdi was on 1 July last year with a claim of 4.5 percent more money for 12 months in the negotiations gone. For a term of 24 months, Verdi now requires a one-time payment of 1500 euros, the increase in tariff charges by 3.5 percent to January 2022 and another 2.5 percent to January 2023, plus two additional holidays.

"This is clearly a compromise offer well below our original claims," ​​said shower bike. "My impression is that this whole maneuver is created by the employer to play on time and expand inflation development instead of putting them in salary negotiations." The inflation rates have risen significantly in recent months. Higher pay levels could cushion the cost of purchasing power for employees. (dpa)

Saxony: Police prevents elevator in front of Health Minister Petra Köpping .
An AFD state member wanted to demonstrate in front of the residential building of Health Minister Köpping - but the police step in. Already in December there were attempts to intimidate the SPD politician. © Matthias Rietschel / DPA A member of parliament of the Saxon AfD tried on Wednesday to organize a demonstration in front of the private house of State Household Minister Petra Köpping (SPD) together with a party friend.

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