Collective Agreement Sri Lanka

1,000 daily wages,” PA President Sunil Poholiyadde told reporters in Colombo yesterday. He said the negotiation of a new collective agreement was at a total standstill, while the industry made three concrete offers, each of which was rejected by unions demanding 1,000 rupees a day, including EPF/EFT, regardless of productivity. According to the AP, a base salary of 500 rupees was granted to workers under the previous collective agreement, in addition to a presence incentive (AI) of 60 rupees, a productivity incentive (PI) of 140 rupees, a price share supplement (PSS) of 30 rupees and an EPF/ETF of 75 rupees for a total daily wage of 805 rupees. From the last offer, the CCP proposed a 20% increase in base salary up to R600, a 33% increase in AI up to RS…

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