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Collective Bargain 2011

Collective Bargain 2011


Employer, Ministry of the Interior, represented by the minister of Internal Affairs Marko Pomerants, and Trade Union of the State and Selfgovernment Institutions Workers (ROTAL), represented by Kalle Liivamägi, being negotiated police and firefighters minimum wage and firefighters working time arrangements and based on the Collective Agreement Act paragraph three, section four, agree as follows:

1.     Collective Agreement apply to police officers and firefighters.

2.     Under this Agreement is fixed at the police officers and firefighters minimum salaries.

3.     The parties have agreed that from 1. January 2011, a 40- hour work week for a minimum monthly salary corresponding to grate:

3.1 Police officer 529,11 Eur

3.2 First group firefighter 440, 99 Eur

3.3 Second group firefighter 529,19 Eur

3.4 Third group firefighter 587, 99 Eur

4.     Total working time, police officers and firefighters working under a salary in addition statutory public holiday and night work fees.

5.     Summed time firefighters working under a work shift lasts 24 hours.

6.     Total working time, working under bomb disposal team has been a shift duration of 24 hours and 12 hours.

7.     This collective agreement is a framework agreement on pay rates that do not preclude the authorities to agree to more favorable conditions in collective agreements.

8.     This collective agreement valid 1. January to 31. December 2011.

9.     The Parties confirm their willingness to start new negotiations on the revision of a collective agreement within seven days of receiving the proposal.

10.   The text of the collective agreement has been drawn up in two equally authentic copies, one for each side.



Tallinn, 22. December 2010


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