A more modern collective agreement for metallurgy

After five years of negotiations, the branch is building a new model combining economic and social performance.

The UIMM, the powerful federation of metallurgy, this Tuesday afternoon put the end to more than five years of negotiations to recast the 7,000 pages of its 76 existing territorial collective agreements into a single text of national scope – a text that now holds 200 pages. This titanic project to build a social model combining economic and social performance will have been discussed topic by topic during meetings organized every two weeks since September 2016. It should, subject to the confirmation in January of their federal authority, collect the signature of the CFDT, the leading trade union organization in the sector, of FO and CFE-CGC. The CGT should logically oppose it.

In addition to a necessary simplification and updating of the rules in force in the metallurgy (some dated from the early 1950s), the new UIMM collective agreement reviews the archaic classification of trades in the sector. Training…

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