Registry Office employees halt strike


The employees of the Registry Office and its regional offices will regularly perform their duties from tomorrow, after the Collective Agreement was signed Wednesday, for which the independent union of the Office has been on strike for the past seven weeks.

The Office director Blerim Abazi told the media that the agreement additionally enhances the rights of the employees in the Office.

“The collective agreement determines the criteria for annual leave, paid and unpaid absences, salary allowances and other incomes, payment of annual leave recourse, salary supplement, payment of jubilee award, etc. The union and the employer in the agreement established the right to the minimum wage to be the basic wage,” said Abazi.


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