Collective Bargaining Agreement Denmark

Regarding both sectors: there are no agreements to freeze wages or increase below inflation. Indeed, concession negotiations are almost lacking in Denmark, including in manufacturing and banking. (See also comments section) “It`s a one-year contract, so we`re going to assess how it goes after a year and see if we can apply this agreement to the area for cleaning private homes. Today, it covers only one company and its potential employees. We hope that this will lead to a collective agreement for other existing digital companies in this particular sector,” said Niels Grén-Seirup, FDI`s Director of Collective Bargaining. It could also be a model for other sectors. Labour market organizations have the tools to reach conventional agreements. These instruments are generally referred to as trade union actions. Unions have the option of striking or blocking a collective agreement. On the other hand, employers` organizations have the right to lock out and boycott. Danish trade unions can also use these instruments to deal with foreign companies in Denmark. A company can also apply to a Danish employers` organisation and apply for membership, so that it is covered by the same collective agreement as the employer organisation concerned and its members. C. (2002): New compensation system for the industrial sector.

EIRonline: /ef/search/node/eiro OR 2002 OR country OR denmark?oldIndex The inter-professional agreement of FA and Finansforbundet stipulates that individual employee increases must not represent more than 20% of salary without pension (FA, 2003: 26). Similarly, the inter-professional agreement sets a ceiling for expertise supplements for which this type of increase cannot represent more than 50% of the basic salary of employees. Over the past 15 years, there has been no specific cap for workers performing certain tasks (Finansforbundet and FA, 2008: No. 41; No. 42) Over the past 15 years, the collective agreement has become even more decentralized, giving local players the opportunity to negotiate local compensation and flexibility solutions tailored to each sector and its competitive conditions.