Sector negotiations 2019-2020: what is happening in your sector?

Author: Leen Lafourt
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We have already informed you that JC 111 for metal, machinery and electrical construction is the first sector to have concluded its draft sectoral agreement. But the other sectors are not sitting still either.

Sectors that already have an agreement

The following sectors have also already concluded an agreement, but the text is not yet in our possession:

JC 104 for the iron industry

JC 210 for white-collar workers of the iron industry

JC 105 for non-ferrous metals

 

JC 149.02 for vehicle bodywork

 

JC 149.03 for precious metals

 

Sectors where negotiations have been launched

In the following sectors, the set of requirements has already been laid down. This means that the social partners have also started their negotiations in these JCs.

JC 109 for the clothing and tailoring industry:

JC 200 supplementary JC for white-collar workers

JC 302 for the hotel industry

JC 110 for textile care

JC 202 for white-collar workers of the retail food trade

JC 303.03 for the operation of cinema halls

JC 113 for the ceramics industry

JC 207 for white-collar workers of the chemical industry

JC 306 for insurance companies

JC 114 for the brick industry

JC 209 for white-collar workers of the metal manufacturing industry

JC 310 for banks

JC 115 for the glass industry

JC 211 for white-collar workers of the oil industry and trade

JC 311 for large retail companies

JC 116 for the chemical industry

JC 214 for white-collar workers of the textile industry

JC 312 for department stores/supermarkets

JC 117 for the oil industry and trade

JC 215 for white-collar workers of the clothing and tailoring industry

JC 314 for hairdressing and beauty care

JC 113.04 for tile works

JC 220 for white-collar workers of the food industry

JC 315.01 for technical maintenance, assistance and training in the aviation industry

JC 118 for the food industry

JC 221 for white-collar workers of the paper industry

JC 318.02 for the home help and elderly caregiver services of the Flemish Community

JC 119 for the food retail trade

JC 222 for white-collar workers in paper and cardboard processing

 

JC 120 for the textile industry

JC 224 for white-collar workers of the non-ferrous metals industry

 

JC 124 for the construction industry

JC 226 for white-collar workers of  international trade, transport and logistics

 

JC 125 for the wood industry

 

 

JC 126 for upholstering and carpentry

 

 

JC 129 for the production of pulp, paper and cardboard

 

 

JC 136 for paper and cardboard processing

 

 

JC 142.02 for the recovery of rags

 

 

JC 144 for agriculture

 

 

JC 145 for horticulture

 

 

JC 149.01 for electricians: installation and distribution

 

 

JC 152.01 for the subsidised free education establishments of the Flemish Community

 

 

 

As soon as we have more information and the texts of the agreements, we will inform you via our sectoral information.