Collective Labour Agreement Dutch Universities 2019

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The information about the collective agreement provided on this site is not exhaustive, so it is not possible to deduct rights. If you want to read the full text of the Dutch Universities Collective Agreement (NU CAO), you can download it in its entirety or click on the hyperlinks to view the corresponding articles of the OAC. Pension board dates in 2019 are scheduled. On January 24, May 23 and October 24, consultations will be held in the city centre. Consultations will be held in Randwyck on March 12, September 10 and December 3. The parties agree that the salaries of higher education employees employed at a Dutch university will generally be increased by 2.0% as of 1 May 2018. This increase will be paid no later than September 2018. As of February 1, 2019, these salaries will be increased by 2.6%. In addition, higher education employees employed at a Dutch university on 1 May 2018 (excluding applicants and on-call workers) will receive a one-time lump sum payment of 0.6% of their gross annual salary (gross annual salary 2018 ) until September 2018 (with no increase of 2.0%), with the year-end bonus and the supplementary leave allowance. Universities and unions have jointly launched a « public-friendly » version of the collective agreement. This website provides a general overview of the collective agreement and provides a clear overview of the most important information on terms of employment. The signed agreement is available on the VSNU website. The 2017-2019 version of CLA is available via this link: www.labouragreementuniversities.nl/.

The parties reserve a one-time pay margin of 0.45 per cent for ancillary financing of bottlenecks in response to the costs associated with COVID 19`s problems related to the terms and conditions of employment of our employees. In this context, it may be possible to extend the working times of scientists, PhD students, teachers and support and management staff (OBPs). Agreements will be reached in the coming weeks on how universities can benefit from this reserve. Sectoral Dispute Regulation for Dutch Universities 2020 Last Friday, 5 June, the parties to the collective agreement reached a final agreement on the CAD-NU.

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