Fair Pay Agreement

It may be that the establishment of fair wage agreements and the exposure of workers to representation and better conditions constitute a starting point for more trade union organisation and coverage of collective agreements in these sectors. Fair wage agreements are supported by the PPTA and other unions because they are a way to improve our system of workers` rights and protection in sectors and sectors where collective agreements have not been successful. The Campaign for Fair Wage Agreements (FPÖ) aims to establish fair and basic conditions of employment in a sector based on the employment standards in force in this sector. He said that fair wage agreements were expected and that the needs were there. “We can set minimum rates in all sectors that are higher than the minimum wage, and we think it`s urgent, the bus is a good example of that, people who compete with it without a minimum are driving down wages – we want to raise them to a fair rate.” The FPA implements collective agreements beyond a single employer or several employers in an entire sector (either regional or national). Workers will be able to negotiate an agreement – a series of sector-wide wages and minimum conditions, which can be improved through collective agreements with one or more employers. If employers and trade unions in the industry fail to agree on these minimum requirements, there will be an independent arbitration body that will make a final and binding decision on the matter. For more information about the Fair Payment Agreements policy process, please email us at fairpayagreements@mbie.govt.nz. A fair approach for workers and beneficiaries is needed, he said. . .

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