The collective labor agreement has a term from January 1, 2022 to May 1, 2023.
Main points collective labor agreement 2022/2023
- Salaries will be structurally increased by 1 percent from 2022 July 4,75
- Employees receive a one-off payment of 500 euros gross for a full-time job. The rest will receive the benefit pro rata.
- A structural annual payment of 275 euros has been agreed for the support staff in proportion to their employment. They receive this annually in October.
- All employees are given 2022 hours for individual relief from the workload. They can decide for themselves how they want to use this, for example teaching less, other tasks or extra leave. This must be done in consultation with the employer. Employees can also have these hours paid out once in the 2023-XNUMX school year
- All teachers are given 16 hours for professionalization. In consultation with the manager, these hours are spent on training in the field of basic skills and curriculum revision. These 16 hours are in addition to the 83 hours that are already there for professionalization
- The arrangement for parental leave is being improved. In total, all employees are entitled to 830 hours of parental leave per child. Half of this part has been paid for 415 hours. If you include these paid hours in the first year of your child's life, the reimbursement is 75 percent instead of 55 percent. Do not you want that? In that case, the paid leave can always be taken until the child is 4 years old, but then the old rule applies: the employer then pays 55 percent of the salary through
- In this news item light AOb-driver Jelmer Evers agrees to the agreements from the agreement
- Do you work at one of the schools of Our Secondary Education in Brabant? Then read this news item. In it puts AObsector director Herman Molleman explains which agreements have been made in this collective labor agreement. Or download the negotiating agreement below.
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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CLA agreements for training
Every year, ten percent of staff funding is spent on professional development in terms of time and money. As a teacher at a secondary school you are entitled to at least 83 clock hours and you can decide for yourself how those hours are used. Both teachers and educational support staff receive a budget of 600 euros per year for training. Educational assistants are entitled to at least forty clock hours. Training instructed by the employer is fully reimbursed in time and money.