Strike in education

Education workers will go on a warning strike on Wednesday, January 19, announces the Federation of Free Trade Unions in Education and the Federation of Education Trade Unions “Spiru Haret”.

The trade unionists from pre-university education decided, based on the results of the referendum held between December 17, 2021 – January 14, 2022, to start the warning strike. It will take place on Wednesday, between 11:00 and 13:00.

According to union representitives, the new retirement plan is targeted at lower paid employees, leaving higher paid employees to enjoy the same benefits as before.

“1. Granting, since the beginning of 2022, the basic salaries provided by the annexes to the Framework Law no. 153/2017 for educational staff (teachers, auxiliary and non-teaching staff).
2. Allocating 6% of GDP to finance education.
3. Adoption of a legislative measure of a reparative nature, through which all teaching staff to benefit from the correct calculation and payment of the due salary rights according to the seniority tranches in education (from 01.09.2017), respectively of the rights regulated as increases / increases salaries (starting with 01.01.2019), according to the Framework Law no. 153/2017.
4. Granting bonuses for the working conditions provided by the Regulations issued on the basis of the Framework Law no. 153/2017.
5. Payment of overtime for work performed by auxiliary and non-teaching staff over normal working time.
6. Supplementing the number of auxiliary and non-teaching teaching posts necessary for the educational units to carry out their activity in the best possible conditions ”, are the demands of the sinsicalists in education.

On Thursday, union members picketed Victoria Palace and PSD and PNL headquarters.

Source: Cotidianul RO by

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