Holland Casino, FNV and De Unie have reached a negotiation agreement for a new collective labour agreement. In recent weeks, the parties have been at the table about this. The new collective labour agreement runs from 1 June 2022 to 30 September 2023.
The wage will be structurally increased by 2.5 percent from 1 June 2022. There will also be a structural increase of 60 euros nominal per month. On 1 January 2023, wages will increase by another 0.75 percent. It has also been agreed that the hourly wage for employees is at least 14 euros. In addition, all employees who are employed by Holland Casino in July this year will receive a one-off gross amount of 350 euros in that month on the basis of a full-time employment.
Marleen Berk, Director of Human Resources at Holland Casino, is pleased with the negotiation agreement. “The past two years have been dominated for Holland Casino by the impact of the coronavirus. We were forced to close our doors for months and were confronted with many restrictive measures. In the discussions about wages, we had to take into account the financial position of Holland Casino on the one hand and inflation and the situation on the labour market on the other. I am happy that we have achieved a good result in a relatively short period of time. With this increase, there is a balanced agreement that is good for our employees and for Holland Casino.”