The proposed collective labor agreement for primary education will run from 1 January to 31 May 2022. After that, the collective labor agreement will continue until a new agreement has been agreed. The most recent collective labor agreement includes the means to close the pay gap. See: 'historic collective labor agreement: the pay gap is closed'. De AOb will resume negotiations as soon as possible to also include the wage margin for 2022 – roughly the compensation for tax increases – in the education salaries.
Main points collective labor agreement primary education 2022
- There are new salary tables that are equal to the salary tables in secondary education.
- The year-end bonus has been structurally increased from 6,3% to 8,33%.
- There is again a binding allowance. This also counts towards the pension accrual. For OOP-ers in the highest step of scale 9, the allowance is €263,94 gross. For teachers in the highest rung of their scale, it is € 1591,09 gross. For (deputy) directors in the highest step of scale 12: € 1591,09 gross and for (deputy) directors in the highest step of scales 13 and higher: € 263,94.
- There are extra allowances and benefits for school leaders and oop'ers, check the agreement for the exact amounts.
- AOb- driver Thijs Roovers explains the new agreements in a vlog and also answered the five most frequently asked questions about this agreement
- Download the agreement with all the details below.
- Curious about your new salary? do the salary check of the AOb and see what your payslip will look like.
The more members, the stronger we stand in the negotiations for your collective labor agreement. And, when you are a member, you have a say and you can influence this. We also organize meetings for members around the (new) collective labor agreements, so that you can make optimal use of them. In addition, as a member you have many other benefits, such as the right to legal aid for your work and income and the Education magazine on your doormat every month.
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In primary education, teaching staff has an individual budget for professionalisation. This amount is proportional to the working time factor. With 1 FTE, it concerns 500 euros and two hours per working week. Educational staff can choose for themselves how they spend the training budget and discuss this with their employer. Prefer to save? This is also allowed in consultation with the employer and can be for a maximum of three years. Knowing more? Look in article 9.3 of the collective labor agreement.