Supplementary contracts, the Aran report. Anief invites school staff to become Tas/Dsat

As reported by the specialized magazine Orizzonte scuola, “the results of the monitoring, conducted by Aran, on the supplementary contracts signed by the public administrations have been published. The Report, now in its tenth edition, provides summary data for the year 2021 and also dedicates specific insights into the matters covered in the contracts for the year 2020″.

Anief invites Ata faculty and staff to become associative terminal – Tas/Dsat

An initial consideration emerges relating to the increase in supplementary contracts after the pandemic contraction: in fact, “the numbers show an overall increase of 13%. In the majority of cases, the contracts regulate economic aspects, such as indemnities, benefits, ancillary treatments, surcharges, criteria for economic progression; the bargaining rates highlight important percentages in schools (82%) and universities (74%) and considerable in the rest of the cases (62% overall). From a geographical point of view, once again the largest number of supplementary contracts arrive from Lombardy and Veneto”.

Then, “taking into consideration the individual sectors, there are important differences: the administrations of the Central Functions have carried out negotiations aimed almost exclusively at the use of decentralized resources (81%), in the Education and Research sector the percentage of regulatory contracts is consistent (64%); in the Healthcare sector, the figure for negotiations on excerpts of specific subjects is significant (45%); finally, in the Local Functions the share of contracts of an economic nature is preponderant (72%) but the percentage of contracts negotiated on specific regulatory institutes is also considerable (24%). Even differentiating between managerial areas and personnel of the departments, similar numbers are found, with the exception of Local Functions where for managers the regulatory typology is prevalent (49%) and for personnel of the sector the economic one (74%). The numbers of the contracts transmitted are in most cases addressed to non-executive personnel, but this also derives from the numerical importance of the latter compared to executives. The public party delegation is formed in 98% of cases by managers and officials. Only in 0.9% of cases, failing to reach an agreement, the administration uses the tool of the unilateral act. Finally, just over 90% of the agreements also signed by the RSU (90.5%)”.

As regards “the more in-depth analysis of the matters dealt with – which concerned the year 2020 – compared to the previous Report, a further and significant decrease in the tendency to “contractualisation” of some matters subject to trade union participation only (in particular the subjects of the “comparison”). This decrease could be a consequence of the simplification, unification and clearer definition of the discipline, made by the CCNL 2016/2018. For the school sector there are 14 subjects that can be treated “.

Supplementary contracts, the Aran report. Anief invites school staff to become Tas/Dsat – Horizon School News