Negotiations for the new ABN AMRO collective labor agreement will start on Monday, January 29, 2024. The current collective labor agreement expires on July 1, 2024. In this message we tell you about the planning for the negotiations, what you think of De Unie can expect and what you can contribute to a good, new collective labor agreement.Join for free!
Current collective agreement
The term of the current collective labor agreement is from July 1, 2022 to July 1, 2024. On October 1, 2022, the salary scales and salary were structurally increased by 4%. On July 1, 2023, the salary scales and salary were structurally increased by 2,5%. The collective labor agreement has no after-effects or impact.
- Week 5: Monday January 29
- Week 7: Wednesday February 14
- Week 10: Monday March 4
- Week 11: Tuesday March 12
- Week 13: Monday March 25 and Tuesday March 26
- Week 14: Wednesday April 3
- Week 17: Wednesday April 24
After each negotiation day, our members immediately receive a report of the discussions.
At De Unie the members determine the commitment to the collective labor agreement negotiations. We will note the commitment in our proposal letter. In week 49 we will start conducting small polls on topics for negotiations with the bank. We create a draft proposal letter based on the results of the polls. During a webinar about that letter you can let us know whether the proposals are good or whether you would like improvements. We will share the final proposal letter with the bank prior to the negotiations.
Week 49 Poll Allowances
Week 50 Poll Wage
Week 51 Poll Leave
Week 2 Draft proposal letter
Week 3 Webinar draft proposal letter
Week 4 Proposal letter final
Week 5 Start collective labor agreement negotiations
What you can do
Take part in the polls! The more members complete the polls, the better our picture is of the expectations for the new collective labor agreement. If you have other ideas now or later, please let us know by email.
Forward this message to colleagues. The more colleagues are aware of the negotiations, the better. Together we conclude the best collective labor agreement.
Ask colleagues to join as well De Unie to become! The more members, the more influence in negotiations. In many cases, colleagues can become members for free in accordance with an existing collective labor agreement with the bank. Your colleagues can easily do this by themselves here to sign up.
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