Central and local agreements

The experts of our work community have guided in making of central and local labour agreements and when needed acted as leaders in negotiations.

Central and local labour agreements can be made when both parties share a mutual trust and have the ability to find mutual benefits. The negotiators also have to know the conventions of negotiation in their respective fields and the possible risks and benefits of central and local labour agreements.

We have also made locally agreed salary systems with our clients, based on how demanding the job is when the possible collective labour agreement of the field has allowed it. The experience we have had with them has been positive. We have often been able to create salary systems where all the personnel groups have been affiliated. These systems increase the sense of equality and fairness in the whole staff.