Njc Agreement 2019

The NAECI 2019 – 2020 is available in free PDF (see point below) and available as a booklet for purchase. The NAECI has been around for almost 40 years and details of the 2019 – 2020 edition are available below. The NJC has more than 1.5 million local government and school employees and is therefore an extremely important negotiating body. It also has a wider presence, as other organizations in the public and private sectors follow the NJC`s agreements. The NJC is composed of representatives of UNISON and other unions as well as employers. The agreements they conclude at the end of their negotiations are included in the Green Paper. Unison has more than half of the union seats in the NJC and, therefore, the majority union. and it continues to have a great influence on the performance of the mechanical engineering industry. At the end of 2019, the NJC agreed on a recommendation of the Working Group on the Extension of NAECI 3.1(b) regarding the efficient use of working time. The PDF version of naECI 2019-2020 has been updated to include this change and is available for download in v3.

An NJC Guidance note that complements this new and modified section is available here for download. A member of nipsa`s salary bargaining team will guide you and explain the different elements of the proposal. This is a fundamental issue for your rate of pay from 1 April 2019 and I would therefore like to encourage you to participate in your branch meeting and participate in the vote. Naeci 2019-2020 v3 also contains an update of NAECI 10.3.1 (c) to calculate Euroleave holiday pay after a change in the law of 6 April 2020. NjC Guidance Note (18)01 has also been updated to reflect this and is available for download here. In 1997, the NJC for Local Government Services agreed on a national framework with the potential for local change to meet local service needs. Known as The Single Status Agreement, these tariffs and terms of service contracts are published in the Green Paper. Management Side has committed to pay the increases for employees with April salaries if the wage assimilation proposal is accepted by all unions before March 8, 2019. The education body also agreed that each branch should hold consultation meetings in order to review the proposal and vote on it next week. .

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