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The social partners will have another tool at their disposal in the negotiations that are expected to culminate in the coming weeks, for the introduction of a National Minimum Wage in Cyprus, following the political agreement reached late Monday night between the European Parliament and of the Member States, for the directive promoted by the Commission, with a view to ensuring adequate minimum wages throughout the EU.
The political agreement reached to promote the relevant directive prepared by the Commission from 2020 does not provide for the introduction of a single minimum wage in the EU, but sets the framework for ensuring that the minimum wages in force in each country are sufficient. In this context, the directive being promoted places particular emphasis on the need to support and promote collective bargaining agreements.
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As mentioned, this agreement is expected to be presented to the social partners in the upcoming negotiations for the introduction of a National Minimum Wage in Cyprus, following recent announcements by the President himself that he will take the initiative. The reports of the PD were made 24 hours before the news of the death of Zeta Aimilianidou, who before the adventure of her health, which unfortunately turned out to be fatal, had discussed the issue a few times with the social partners within the Labor Advisory Body. In his statements, the PD reiterated the government's determination to complete the consultations in June or early July at the latest. In an interview with RIK, President Anastasiadis also stated that the aim of the consultation will be to determine the minimum wage and the date of its implementation. Asked about this, he confirmed that due to the current crisis, a short period of a few months may be required for the implementation of this reform, thus confirming what “F” has already written for a period of adjustment of companies and the labor market in general for the National Minimum Wage.
The EU framework
Developments in our country are expected to precede what the EU promotes on the issue, as the directive on which there was a political agreement, when well published, will give the Member States two years to implement it. Moreover, as mentioned, the directive merely establishes a framework for the adequacy of the legal minimum wage, “promoting collective bargaining negotiations and enhancing the effective access of workers to protection in the form of the minimum wage in the EU”, according to a statement. of the Commission.
According to the EU, the main elements of the directive are:
& nbsp; Framework for setting and updating legal minimum wages: Member States with legal minimum wages should establish a good governance framework for setting and updating minimum wages. This process includes, inter alia: clear criteria for setting the minimum wage (including purchasing power, taking into account cost of living, level, distribution and rate of wage growth, and national productivity) and & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; establishment of advisory bodies, in which the social partners will have the opportunity to participate. Promoting and facilitating collective bargaining for wages: The Directive supports collective bargaining in all Member States. This support is due to the fact that countries with collective bargaining that cover a large part of the workforce tend to have a lower rate of low-wage workers, lower wage inequality and higher wages. In addition, the Directive requires Member States in which the coverage of collective bargaining is less than 80% (including Cyprus) to draw up an action plan to promote collective bargaining. Improve monitoring and enforcement in the form of minimum wage: Member States should collect data on minimum wage coverage and adequacy and ensure that workers have access to dispute resolution and redress.