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Forhandlingene trekker ut, 13 timer på overtid:
Trykket er stort og forhandlerne har det beintøft når det lir på, sier Roar Abrahamsen, veteran fra frontfagsoppgjørene.

 

 
 
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The negotiations drag on, 10 hours of overtime:
10 hours of overtime: - The dealers have it tough
The pressure is great and the dealers have it tough when it comes down to it, says Roar Abrahamsen, a veteran of the frontline settlements.
Almost ten hours after the deadline for a solution in the front subject expired, negotiations are still ongoing between Fellesforbundet and Norsk Industri.

There are now many indications that it may take longer in the afternoon before there can be a solution that both parties are in favor of. It is reported that the delegations are still negotiating on several points, but that there is movement and progress.


• No clarification in the collective bargaining agreement: Meet at work as usual, says Fellesforbundet

If there is no solution on the table, 27,000 industrial workers will go on strike and the collective bargaining agreements that follow will be far more difficult. In the first instance, it will be the building trades, which

- The dealers are in the broker bubble now, and it's really tough. The biggest pressure is on union leader Jørn Eggum, says Roar Abrahamsen.

• Fellesforbundet rolls out all the cannons in the wage settlement. This is what the controversy is about

The front subject often ends up far out in the small morning hours. The record was set in 2014, when it took 18 hours over the deadline before an agreement was reached.


The front subject sets the list for all the settlements that come after, both what is achieved in wage supplements and other major reforms or changes.

Experience from the sprint

Roar Abrahamsen has three times before sat on the so-called narrower committee in the front-line negotiations, the small group of three that each party makes the last and decisive decisions during mediation with the national mediator. He was also central in the coordinated settlement two years ago.

• See list: These can be taken out on strike

This year, Abrahamsen follows the settlement from Bergen, where he is head of the association's largest department, department 5 with around 5,000 members. He therefore does not know anything concrete about how the negotiations are going now, but knows well the intense atmosphere from the settlement that drags on.

- At the same time, it is a completely extraordinary situation now. We are in the middle of the worst crisis since World War II. At worst, 400,000 were without a job, there are still 200,000 who are in that predicament, says Abrahamsen. He says that he has registered a number of high expectations that everything possible can be arranged in this collective bargaining agreement.

- Those who believe that are, to put it mildly, high on themselves, says Abrahamsen.

• Debate: "The minimum wage is at a desperately low level"

The crowns at last

Normally, the krone supplement is the last to be negotiated in the settlement. Abrahamsen explains that it is because the parties must first calculate what the cost of all the other changes in the collective agreement is.

- Our number crunchers have to do that job. When the parties then agree on the framework, the krone supplement can be discussed, he says.

Abrahamsen has reacted strongly to the fact that NHO in its negotiating position flatly rejects that there may be additions in local negotiations.

- There are complete holes in the head. Should NHO's supervisory board deprive us of our free right to bargain? In a crisis like the one we are in now, local negotiations are perfect. The companies that do poorly give zero. But it should not apply to those who go so it laughs. There the workers must have their share.

• Also read: Permitted people will also go on strike

Who is covered?

Another requirement that Roar Abrahamsen believes has gone under the radar, but which is important for Fellesforbundet, concerns who is to be covered by the collective agreement. Is it the case that when operators are further trained, they will leave the Fellesforbundet and join a functionaries' union? No, Abrahamsen answers.

- Remember, a skilled worker today is not the same as when the collective agreement was written. Automation and robotisation are important and something we support, but it should not ruin the organization and the trade union movement's strength.

With kind regards

Robert Jaques de Vries
Leder / manager
 

SAIPEM EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION
Address: Tenvikveien 64, N-3140 Nøtterøy, NORWAY
Phone: +47 92213442
robert@ie-saipem.no
http://www.ie-saipem.no



   
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