Italy: collective agreement in tertiary sector puts emphasis on equality

The agreement signed on 22 March by the employer organisations Confcommercio and Confesercenti and the trade unions Filcams-Cgil, Fisascat-Cisl and Uiltucs provides for a €240 pay rise and improvements in the area of gender equality. This is the most significant collective agreement in Italy's private sector, covering more than 3 million people in retail (excluding supermarkets), the tertiary sector and services.

Through Hélène Martinelli. Published on 05 April 2024 à 12h21 - Update on 05 April 2024 à 12h22

After four years of tensions and strikes, social partners have finally renewed the collective agreement for Italy’s services and tertiary sector. Valid from 1 April 2024 to 31 March 2027, the text is subject to approval by the workers’ assemblies. The previous collective agreement expired on 31 December 2019. As Donatella Prampolini, vice-president of Confcommercio,…

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