Officials, one step away from achieving the 35-hour work week

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New advance towards the recovery of the 35 hour shift a week for public workers. CCOO and UGT signed yesterday with the Minister of Finance and Public Administration, Maria Jesus Montero, the Framework Agreement for a 21st Century Administration, reached a few weeks ago and which contemplates a salary increase of 9.5% between 2022 and 2024 for public employees. This commitment in labor matters includes improvements such as 35 hour weekly shift.

Likewise, the Government of Spain also considers the start-up of telecommuting, a modality that could begin to be implemented as early as January. However, the trade union representatives, who are asking for their own standard to regulate the remote work. But the thing does not end there, both parties have also agreed repeal of cuts implemented in 2012 and the repeal of the abolition of partial retirement for civil servants. In addition, Equality plans will be developed and negotiated in all Public Administrations, as well as the implementation of sexual and gender-based harassment protocols.

Another point of the agreement is digitization and social dialogue, with the guarantee of maintaining face-to-face attention. A specific digitization plan will also be carried out in areas with a smaller and more dispersed population. In addition, in its intention to modernize the Public Administration, it will also seek to attract and retain talent, recover lost public employment and rejuvenate the templates. This includes the commitment to reduce temporary employment in public employment.

35-hour work day for public employees

The current limitations are eliminated so that each Public Administration establishes, after collective bargaining in the corresponding table or body, a 35-hour work week for the personnel at its service and that of its Institutional Public Sector.

Source: lainformacion.com

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