Collective bargaining agreements were signed, covering 98 employees working at Tarım AŞ, a subsidiary of Bursa Metropolitan Municipality. With the agreements that will make the staff smile, the lowest personnel salary will increase by 27.28 percent.
BURSA (İGFA) – Collective bargaining agreements involving 98 employees in Bursa, Agriculture AŞ, Tarım İş Union affiliated to Türk-İş and Güvenlik İş Union. With the collective bargaining agreement covering the 36-month period between 2021 and 2023, the 2nd term for the Tarım İş Union and the 1st term for the Güvenlik İş Union, improvements were made in the working wages and social rights of the personnel. As a result of the agreement made with the Security Work Union, the bonus fee, which was 10 days a year in 2020, was increased to 84 days in 2021 and 96 days in 2022.
As a result of the agreement made with the Tarım İş union, the bonus fee which was 72 days a year in 2019. the fee was increased to 84 days a year in 2020, 108 days in 2021, and 120 days in 2022. In addition to bonuses, improvements ranging from 25 percent to 100 percent were made in social assistance provided in 7 different areas.
In addition, 2 different aid items, which were not previously provided, were added to social assistance this year, in the field of food and education.
Metropolitan Bursa Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Alinur Aktaş, Tarım İŞ Union Chairman İlhami Polat, Vice President of Security Labor Union Ahmet Durcuk, Metropolitan Municipality Secretary General Ulaş Akhan, Tarım AŞ Chairman Selahattin Külcü, Tarım AŞ, General Manager Fetullah Bingül and Tarım AŞ employees attended. Flowers and various gifts were presented to Mayor Alinur Aktaş by İlhami Polat and Ahmet Durcuk for their contribution to the contract.
While the Mayor of the Metropolitan Municipality Alinur Aktaş wishes the collective bargaining agreement to be beneficial for both parties, the collective bargaining agreement signed in 2019 He stated that there will be a 48-day bonus increase compared to employee bonuses. Stating that improvements have been made in some social rights, Mayor Aktaş said, “While one of our single personnel who received the lowest salary in 2020 received 3.069 TL per month, this figure was increased to 3.906 TL in 2021”.