Attention was drawn to collective bargaining for civil servants and retired civil servants. Negotiations on the state contract for the seventh term will begin on 1 August.

Negotiations on a 7th term public collective agreement that will define the financial and social rights of approximately 4 million civil servants and 2.5 million retired civil servants between 2024 and 2025 will begin in August.

Memur-Sen, as an authorized confederation, will represent civil servants and retired civil servants in negotiations that will last for a month between the State Employers’ Committee and civil servants’ unions.

Officer-Sen, the confederation empowered to bargain collectively, will share with the public its 120-point proposal, including pay increases and rental assistance, on July 24.

Memur-Sen, who accelerated his work days before the talks, convened an extended council of presidents yesterday to determine contract proposals and a roadmap to follow.

In total, 120 proposals were agreed at the meeting, of which 74 were new, 29 were subject to protection, 17 were not settled in the previous period of collective bargaining.

Memur-Sen, who will share his 120-point proposal with the public on July 24, including wage increases and housing assistance, will submit a proposal file to the Ministry of Labor and Social Security on the same day.

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