Negotiations with Reykjavík city

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Negotiations for a new collective agreement between Efling and Reykjavík city are ongoing. The current agreement came up for renegotiation on March 31. A discussion plan has been formed and a document of demands, produced in cooperation with union representatives and the negotiation committee, has been presented to the city. Several meetings have been held.

Efling emphasises a shorter working week and hopes that the city keeps the promises made on it. Efling also hopes for unity with other unions in negotiations on that topic.

It’s hard to say how long these negotiations will take. The last meeting was on May 3, where shorter working hours were discussed. The next meeting hasn’t been scheduled.