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  1. SEKO’s tradebranchesJanuary 2011 Transportation 21,868 members Roads & Railways 25,603 members Defence 9,968 members Public Administration 7,818 members Correctional Treatment 6,377 members Postal 30,000 members Telecom 18,107 members Energy 6,080 members Maritime 7,031 members

  2. Collective agreement • Based on Labour Law that gives the rules of negotiation • Labour legislation makes the collective agreement the same degree as a Law • There are no minimum wages nolegislation about working conditions

  3. Collective agreement Between employers` organisation/or company and trade union regarding: • Relationship employer – employees • Conditions of employment (wages, pensions, security, insurance etc.)

  4. Collective agreement • Applies to all employeesattheworkplace in question (not only trade union members) • Can be local ornational wide • Only trade unions is entitled to conclude agreement (not individuals)

  5. Collective agreement Automatically binding for members of Trade union and thecompanies who are members of a employers organisation concluding theagreement

  6. Collective agreement • Target has beenthe same sector agreement • Today sectoragreement • About 30 local agreements on companylevel

  7. Processing the Collective agreement • A longtime process to reaching the existingagreement • Main problems havebeen - the workingtime and • the level of wages

  8. Processing the Collective agreement Of Trade Union Importance has been: • Organising theemployees • Building a local organisation inside the companies

  9. Processing the Collective agreement Of importance for the companies i postal sector have been • The same base for competition • Good reputationon market and in society