(14 January 2020) The European Commission today published its much consultation that is anticipated on “possible action handling the difficulties pertaining to fair minimum wages” but its key proposals turn out to be disappointing for trade unions.
The Commission notes that “collective bargaining is a vital section of the market that is social and a very good foundation for good wage environment. ”
During the exact same time, it acknowledges that statutory minimum wages don’t allow for a great living, with many employees on insufficient wages. They don’t take advantage of efficiency gains throughout the economy nor share within the earnings of these businesses. The paper additionally understands that wage inequalities have become and that sets of workers have little if any bargaining power whilst not all EU governments respect collective bargaining. Leer más