Construction sector employers and unions have reached a preliminary agreement to promote the creation of the first regional collective pension scheme, which will be formalized only when approved by the government. Incentives associated with these plans.
The National Construction Confederation (CNC) has called this agreement VII. has been described as “historic” within the framework of general agreement of the construction sector, and now the executive is expected to incorporate these incentives into the project of regulation legislation to promote employment pension schemes.
In that case, the employer has agreed with CC.OO. residence and UGT-FICA That companies contribute to this regional pension scheme as a complement to the public pension system, to incorporate a new reform of a social nature in this sector.
Similarly, they have agreed to increase wages for construction sector workers to 4% for 2022, 3% for 2023 and 3% for 2024, a part of which will be used for contribution. pension schemeHowever, Spain in this period established a wage guarantee clause subject to economic conditions.
VII General Agreement It will also regulate the indefinite contract involving the work, it will establish the maximum duration of the temporary contract period for production conditions of one year—a compensation of 7% at the end of the same; and shall regulate the discontinuous fixed contract with respect to the duration of the period of inactivity and the amount to be received by reason of contracts, subcontracts or administrative concessions.
Similarly, employers and unions have agreed to a regional employment exchange and regulation of forced retirement, among other measures. Similarly, they develop training contract In relation to their remuneration and duration to obtain professional practice appropriate to the level of study.
Agreement to make a collective pension scheme for the construction sector