Cijc Working Rule Agreement Unite

Since then, the unions have been working to reach an agreement on the date of wage negotiations. Labour agreements are used in the construction industry and other similar sectors. These are national agreements between trade unions and employers throughout the country, which set the conditions for certain categories of hourly wage workers. The workers concerned are generally those whose work is carried out at different sites and not on the employer`s premises. The problem concerns the agreement of the CIJC (Construction Industry Joint Council), which affects the wages and conditions of more than 500,000 construction workers, especially in the civil engineering sector. “This wage freeze calls into question the credibility of the CIJC agreement and its negotiating committee. This wage freeze was imposed by representatives of small professional associations, with those who wanted to pay the least setting the tone. Other copies available from Construction Industry Publications Ltd. Tel. 0870 078 4400 Fax 0870 078 4401, Email sales cip books com.

www cip books com, price 5 00 per p, All requests regarding this agreement. must be placed in the appropriate place defined on page ii. ISBN 9781852631345, May 2013 edition, Copyright Construction Industry Joint Council 2013. Published by Construction Industry Joint Council, Typeset of mjt77 design. Printed by Core Publications, CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY. HARMONIZATION OF CONDITIONS, WORKING CONDITIONS, Revised May 1, 2013, Construction Industry Joint Council. Subsidiary bodies of the Council, National Federation of Builders NFB National Access Scaffolding. B CE House Confederation NASC, Manor Royal 4th floor 12 Bridewell Place.

Roofing House, 31 Worship Street GMB, London EC2A 2DY 22 24 Worple Road London SW19 4DD. 020 7638 7663 020 8971 4209, WORKING RULES, 1 Right to basic rates 16 Periodic leave. 2 Bonus 17 Guaranteed minimum, weekly salary, 3 hours of work 18 annual leave. 4 overtime 19 public holidays, 5 daily and travel allowances 20 Payment of industrial sickness benefits. 6 Shiftwork 21 benefit systems, 7 night work 22 appeal procedures. 8 Continuous work 23 Disciplinary proceedings, 9 tidal work 24 termination of employment. 10 tunnel works 25 trade unions, 11 supply service 26 scaffolding builders. . .

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