On 19 September, social partners from the energy and oil sector penned a draft deal to renew their collective agreement, which expired at the end of 2018 and applies to some 35,000 workers, including those employed by industry giants ENI, Snam and Esso. The new national collective agreement (CCN), which applies retroactively from 1 January 2019 until 31 December 2021, includes a 120-euro pay rise over three years. According to Confindustria, the General Confederation of Italian Industry, the deal is “almost a complete rewriting” of the previous agreement, which completely overhauls the regulatory and pay framework of the sector in light of “new social topics and the effects of the energy transition”. The agreement has been submitted to employees for approval.
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