Visiting Njarðargata

There were heated discussions in Sólveig Anna and Ragnar Ólason’s visit to the neighbourhood upkeep centre in Njarðargata yesterday. The centre was one of the workplaces where Reykjavík city trialled a shorter working week. People here were very happy with it and agreed that the measure was very successful and Read more…

Visiting Vitatorg

Yesterday Sólveig Anna and Ragnar Ólason visited the Reykjavík city workers in domestic service at Vitatorg. They talked about the current state of negotiations with the city and the condition of workers. Our members explained the increased strain they’re working under. More and more tasks are piled on them without Read more…

Who gets 105.000 kr?

The state and Reykjavík city have agreed to a down payment of 105.000 kr for Efling workers on August 1. The negotiating team of the union of municipalities, SÍS, has banned other municipalities from doing the same. Yesterday, a letter from the team to the municipal councils was published in Read more…

Negotiations have concluded

On this page you’ll find an archive of news on Efling negotiations with the employers’ association, SA, and with the public sector, which took place in 2019-20. Agreements have been signed and accepted by the membership. Further news and information are available at Efling’s home on the web, efling.is.