The process continues in the 2023 Public Collective Labor Contracts Framework Protocol negotiations, which concern more than 700 thousand workers in public institutions and organizations, especially highways, railways, special provincial administrations, sugar factories, power generation plants, coal enterprises, ministries, universities and hospitals.
In order to create the demands for the contract, Türk-İş, which has formed a Public Compliance Committee under the chairmanship of Türk-İş Financial Secretary and Yol-İş General Leader Ramazan Ağar, and convened three times, held meetings with Hak-İş for a joint draft text to be submitted to the Ministry of Labor and Social Security. continues.
The Public Compliance Council within Türk-İş will meet once again tomorrow to finalize the demands of the Public Collective Labor Contracts Framework Protocol, which will determine the increase in the prices of public employees in the 2023-2025 period.
The text containing the increase request of the public employee, whose final form will be given after this meeting, will be presented to the Ministry of Labor and Social Security with the prestige at the beginning of the week.
“We want it to be signed by agreement”
In his statement, Türk-İş Financial Secretary General Ağar said that some of the agreements within the scope of the protocol they signed in 2021 expire in January, while the rest will expire in March.
Stating that they have determined most of the demands they will submit to the Ministry of Labor and Social Security and that they will complete the rest as soon as possible, Ağar said:
“We are also in contact with Hak-İş to finalize the joint text that we will submit to the Ministry. In this context, we have come to the middle twice. It has been a useful and productive process. We will clarify our demands regarding financial and social rights before the end of this week. Subsequently, the text of Labor and Social Security will be clarified. We will present it to the Ministry of Health. Considering that some of the contracts have expired, we want the contract to be signed as soon as possible by consensus.”
It is also closely related to the contract of the officers.
On the other hand, the 7th Period Collective Agreement negotiations, covering the years 2024-2025, in which the rate of increase in the salaries of approximately 3.5 million civil servants and 2.5 million retired civil servants will be determined, will begin with the prestige of August 1.
In this respect, the 2023 Public Collective Labor Contracts Framework Protocol, which concerns public personnel, is also valuable in terms of determining the frameworks of collective labor contracts to be signed in the private section, especially the collective contract of civil servants.