ELA criticises the signing of the agreement by CCOO and LAB, an agreement that is insufficient and without any mobilisation — ELA Sindikatua

ELA criticises the signing of the agreement by CCOO and LAB, an agreement that is insufficient and without any mobilisation — ELA Sindikatua
ELA criticises the signing of the agreement by CCOO and LAB, an agreement that is insufficient and without any mobilisation — ELA Sindikatua

Yesterday, July 3, CCOO and LAB signed the pre-agreement for the cleaning agreement for the years 2024-2027. ELA considers that this is a totally insufficient agreement for the following reasons:

  • The agreement does not recover even half of the purchasing power lost in the previous agreement (9%), this being one of the main demands of the negotiation. In addition, the salary increase for the years 2024 and 2025 will not be applied to all concepts. In this sense, it is striking that the signatories have gone from asking for the CPI + 10% in a single meeting to settling for 4%. Likewise, the signing of the pre-agreement also means legitimizing the salary losses of the previous agreements.

  • The agreement has no guarantees of implementation since companies can withdraw unilaterally.

  • The reduction in working hours will only be 4 hours, even though most contracts in the sector are for part-time work. The signatories of the agreement have given up one of the historical demands of the sector in order to implement a 35-hour work week.

  • The agreement is valid for too long, something that employers like.

ELA criticises the signing of this pre-agreement, a pre-agreement with such little content that not even UGT has supported it, something very significant given that UGT has previously signed agreements in this sector that included cuts in working conditions.

It should be remembered that in the previous agreement CCOO and UGT signed an agreement on the eve of the strike called by the four unions. For this reason, ELA regrets the change in strategy of LAB, which has gone from betting on conflict in the sector to signing an agreement that pleases the employers without there having been any mobilization.

Finally, ELA encourages female workers in the sector to organise themselves and to ensure that their workplaces adopt agreements that improve the sectoral agreement signed by CCOO and LAB.

 
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