bpost secures collective labour agreement

bpost secures collective labour agreement

bpost’s management and social partners have reached terms on a collective labour agreement (CLA) that will be in effect until the end of 2024.

In a statement issued yesterday (30 May), bpost said that the new CLA is ‘an important step in continuing to assure the future of the company’.

bpost added that: ‘Management confirms that jobs at the company are protected.’

As was the case for previous CLAs, agreements have been reached on the payment of any non-recurring bonus linked to the 2023 and 2024 results. A range of measures are also provided for to improve employee wellbeing.

Jos Donvil, CEO bpost Belgium, commented: “The 2023-2024 CLA provides guarantees to both members of staff and the company itself. The wellbeing of our people is at the heart of this agreement. Through this CLA bpost guarantees high-quality employment to all employees, giving special attention to improving their purchasing power, despite the tough financial context. At the same time, the CLA ensures that bpost can remain a healthy company that is able to respond in a flexible way to the expectations of customers and citizens.”


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