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Modifications of working conditions in the host states Report on the AT Board held on 18 April 2000 New minimum wages in Switzerland Impact of the 35-hour.

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1 Modifications of working conditions in the host states Report on the AT Board held on 18 April 2000 New minimum wages in Switzerland Impact of the 35-hour week in France Other subjects : Change of category of personnel of contractors Situation of contracts S072 (Fabricom) and S073 (Sercom) J. Boillot - PSMB - 22/05/00

2 New minimum wages in Switzerland Agreement signed in Feb between UIG (union des industries de Genève) et FTMH (Trade-union) New minimum Mecatronique wages applicable as from 1/1/2000 New salary levels/category Introduction of bilateral agreements between Switzerland and EU Impact on existing contracts : ~14% of increase 7 companies concerned meeeting UIG/FTMH/CERN : progressive introduction = acceptable Kraftlangen-Thomson has already asked for an increase of 14% representatives of employees have asked for an immediate introduction of the new salary levels with retroactive effect as from 1/1/2000 J. Boillot - PSMB - 22/05/00

3 New minimum wages in Switzerland Situation with Kraftlangen-Thomson  Kraftlangen-Thomson will cancel the contract by the end of June 2000 if CERN does not accept the min. increase of 14% - S078/EST (Design Work on CERN site)-->June 2001  ~35 designers on temporary labour contracts would have to be incorporated in S078 Proposals for a strategy :  launch a call for tender for a new 2nd on-site contract to absorb the ~35 designers  start negotiation with the company (K-T) for some gradual increase till end of June 2001 J. Boillot - PSMB - 22/05/00

4 Impact of the 35-hour week in France 1) Base légale : 35h /semaine ou 1600h / an 1/2/00 : entreprises avec > 20 salariés 1/1/02 : entreprises avec < 20 salariés limite du nombre d’heures supplémentaires à partir de la 36ième heure : majoration suivant barême ou repos compensateur J. Boillot - PSMB - 22/05/00

5 Impact of the 35-hour week in France 2) Conséquences pour le CERN  Le Collectif d’entreprises a demandé une augmentation de 11.4% (=39/35) + coût des frais de gestion  2000 : année transitoire pour les heures supplémentaires --> augmentation du coût de 1% ne sera pas pris en compte par le CERN  négociation individuelle avec chaque entreprise (en particulier sur la flexibilité du temps de travail)  réunion avec le collectif : 12 mai J. Boillot - PSMB - 22/05/00

6 Impact of the 35-hour week in France 3) Flexibilité : avantages Modulation du temps de travail hebdomadaire (24h à 48h) Gain d’heures pendant les arrêts machine Diminution des heures supplémentaires Diminution du Travail Temporaire CERN Pas de compensation pendant les fermetures J. Boillot - PSMB - 22/05/00

7 Change of category of personnel of contractors CERN should have paid only for change of category due to real change of functions Total increase for S072 : 1 MCHF (~2.1% over ) Total increase for S073 : 0.5 MCHF (~1.5% over ) Situation of contracts S072 (Fabricom) and S073 (Sercom) unbalanced situation but PS division OK S072 : 10 MCHF (1st year) ---> 16 MCHF (3rd year) S073 : 8 MCHF (1st year) ---> 10.5 MCHF (3rd year)  no further recruitment on S072 even to replace someone on that contract J. Boillot - PSMB - 22/05/00 Other subjects


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