Efling collective agreements with SÍS, Reykjavík city and the state

SFV, SÍS, Reykjavík city and the state

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Rights to payments from the funds of Efling in the event of a loss of employment

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Regulations regarding doctor’s notes

We would like to note that the regulations of the sickness fund of Efling regarding how to hand in doctor’s notes have undergone some changes. This has been done in order to improve the regulations which have already been in use for many years. Application for...

Know your rights – Mass layoffs

Considering the current situation on the labour market, we want to remind you that the labour law and the collective agreements still stand in full force. You still hold your rights to payments and notice periods, just as you did before. Read this email to refresh...

Virtual rally and entertainment May 1st

For the first time since Labour Day was first celebrated in Iceland in 1923, workers in Iceland can’t gather on May 1 to emphasise their demands. Instead, a virtual rally and entertainment will be broadcast from Harpa on the evening of May 1 on Rúv, at 7:40pm....

The negotiations commitees of Efling and SÍS will meet tomorrow

The Negiotiations Committees of SÍS (Municipalities) and Efling Union met yesterday Tuesday with the state mediator and the next meeting is scheduled with the mediator tomorrow Thursday at 15:00. We can say that negotiations process has started and it if the hope of...

Strike against Kópavogur and other municipalities approved

The voting on the proposed strike for the members of Efling working for Kópavogur, Seltjarnarnes and other municipalities has concluded. The strike action was approved by an overwhelming majority of votes and voter participation was high. The strike will begin...

Know your rights

It is very important that every worker always knows what their rights are. However, during this time of great uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 epidemic, it is vital that we all know what our rights are in terms of job security, safety at work and potential job loss....

Legal help

The union offers phone interviews with lawyers on Tuesdays from 1PM to 4PM during the ban on mass gatherings. Appointments need to be made in advance by calling 510-7500.

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