Post NL agrees labour agreement for mail deliverers

Post NL agrees labour agreement for mail deliverers
PostNL and the trade unions Bond van Post Personeel (BVPP), CNV Publieke Diensten and FNV have reached an agreement in principle on a new collective labour agreement for mail deliverers.

The first two unions mentioned will positively present the agreement to their members, whereas FNV will submit the agreement neutrally to their members. This CLA applies to approximately 20,000 PostNL deliverers.

The new collective labour agreement will apply retroactively from 1 October 2019 to 30 September 2021. During this period, the salaries of mail deliverers will be increased in 6 steps by a total of 6.5 percent.

Combination of postal networks PostNL and Sandd

Since 1 February 2020, approximately 4,000 Sandd mail deliverers are employed by PostNL. As a result, PostNL employs around 20,000 mail deliverers in total and the new collective labour agreement applies to all of them. The combination added approximately 30% extra mail volume to the PostNL mail network.

Consultations

The trade unions have submitted the agreement to its members. The outcome of the member consultations is expected by 20 March 2020.

 

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