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Ehealth Collective Agreement

Ehealth Collective Agreement

The ETUC expressed its support for a review to ensure the principle of equal treatment. In this context, however, the ETUC called on the Commission to respect the principle of autonomy of social partners in wage negotiations and the plurality of national industrial relations systems, by establishing provisions on the elements of remuneration that favour collective agreements at the enterprise level. In return, the ETUC indicated that the Commission was proposing measures that mimicked the application of a previous period of employment in the country of origin, in particular to seconded temporary workers, new rules to combat false self-employment and better enforcement measures, including more reliable inspections and social security forms. www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/ehealth-update-your-feedback-sdep-epulse-and-byod-and-more/ www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/health-consultation-ehealth-dress-standards/ Adding a new paragraph dealing with supply chain situations. This new regulation gives Member States the ability to force companies to subdivide only companies that grant workers certain pay conditions that apply to the contractor, including those arising from collective agreements that are not universally applicable. This is only possible on a proportionate and non-discriminatory basis and would require in particular that the same obligations be imposed on all domestic subcontractors. With the first amendment, collective agreements are of general application within the meaning of Article 3, paragraph 8, which applies to workers posted in all economic sectors, regardless of whether the activities are mentioned in the annex of the directive (which currently applies only to the construction sector). The health researchers` collective agreement is negotiated between employers and the Health Science Professionals Bargaining Association (HSPBA). It has more than 16,000 members of the HSA as well as members of the Employees Union Hospital (HEU), the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), the Professional Association of Employees (PEA) and the BC Government Employees Union (BCGEU).


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