On 30 June, the Board of Pardia approved the negotiation result on implementing the salary solution for the second period of the Pact for Employment and Growth.
Niko Simola, the Chairman of Pardia, is pleased that the increases followed a so-called mixed policy, which guarantees fair salary revisions for all members and also promotes the implementation of salary equality.
- The job-specific pay components, in accordance with the General Collective Agreement for Government, will be raised starting from 1 February 2016 by 13.00 euros per month or by 0.43 per cent at minimum. The percentage increase is used if the task-specific pay of the requirement level is more than 3,023 euros per month.
- The pay scales for (corresponding) job-specific pay components, as well as the corresponding and individual pay components, experience-based pay components, and other pay components determined in relation to pay scales, will be revised to match the across-the-board increase.
- The salaries determined by total wages and salaries in euros will be revised by 16.00 euros per month; however, by 0.43 per cent at minimum.
- The allowances and salary supplements in euros that must be revised based on the existing collective agreements, or that have been revised based on established practice during previous agreement periods by across-the-board increases, will be raised by 0.43 per cent starting from 1 February 2016.
- The monthly compensation for full-time and part-time shop stewards and occupational safety representatives will be raised starting from 1 February 2016 by 0.43 per cent, and the minimum amount of monthly compensation will be raised to 75.32 euros.
- The cost impact on the government agreement sector is 0.51 per cent.
The agreement period for this General Collective Agreement for Government will end on 31 February 2017. The parties to the General Collective Agreement for Government are the Office for the Government as Employer (VTML) and the state employee negotiators, that is, the Federation of Salaried Employees Pardia (STTK), the Trade Union for the Public and Welfare Sectors JHL (SAK), and the Negotiation Organisation for Public Sector Professionals JUKO (AKAVA).
Participants in the state negotiations from Pardia included Niko Simola, Chairman, and the leader of the negotiations, Harri Sirén.
For additional information, please contact: Niko Simola, Chairman of Pardia, tel. +358 (0) 75 324 7501, mobile phone +358 (0) 40 566 8517
On Monday 15 June, the negotiation result regarding the salary solution for the second period of the Pact for Employment and Growth was approved. The negotiation schedules are different for the different fields of Pardia. We will provide information about the progress of the negotiations in the news on the Pardia website.