Part of medics' trade unions have renewed their agreements with the Ministry of Health over pay rises and longer vacations.
© Pixabay

Minister of Health Aurelijus Veryga and several trade unions on Friday on signed a new collective agreement which was renewed after two and a half years of negotiations, as the existing agreements expires in January.

According to the ministry, medical workers will now receive two additional days for their annual leave, and those working over 10 years will get three additional days. The agreement also defines pay rates.

Moreover, the agreement stipulates higher severance pay (for three months, instead of two months provided for the Labor Code) and a longer notice period in case of employment termination.

BNS
It is prohibited to copy and republish the text of this publication without a written permission from UAB „BNS“.

Prime Minister: several ministers to be replaced in Cabinet reshuffle

Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis says more than one ministers will be replaced in the...

Pulkauninkas resigns as chief forest officer

Marius Pulkauninkas is set to leave the post of Lithuania's chief forest officer on August 1 after...

Nauseda to discuss future government with ruling parties

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda plans to discuss the government formation with...

Parliament will not consider LRT ad ban bill

Lithuanian lawmakers decided on Tuesday not to consider a proposal to ban all advertising on the...

Nauseda backs Poland in judicial reform dispute with Brussels

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda on Tuesday said he's against the proposal for the European...