The new collective agreement (CBA) for bank employees 2018-2020, signed by the Luxembourg Bankers Association (ABBL), will enter into force after a gradual roll-out at the end of this year. This new agreement includes several fundamental changes in the working conditions of bank employees in Luxembourg. The Bank-GAV 2018-2020 foresees the creation of four new functional groups (A, B, C, D) on 1 January 2020. ALEBA offers training to bank delegates on this new classification method. […] On May 15, 2014, a new collective agreement was signed for the years 2014, 2015 and 2016. Upon request, you will receive a hard copy of this agreement (in German, French or English). On 15 July 2015, ABBL, ALEBA, OGBL-SBA and LCGB signed an update to the training contract. It is attached to the global employment contract of bank employees 2014-2016. According to the […] You will find in our media library separate videos on the different topics of collective agreements: in a complicated situation related to the health crisis, the employers` organizations ABBL and ACA have agreed, at the initiative of ALEBA, to extend these collective agreements for the years 2021, 2022 and 2023. These agreements aim to secure and stabilise all workers in the financial sector from now on and for the next three years, while continuing to focus on employability, training and skills development. The Luxembourg trade union ALEBA has announced the renewal of collective agreements in the banking and insurance sector for the years 2021-23. Employees of banks operating on the Luxembourg financial market are protected by a comprehensive employment contract (CBA).
This collective agreement is usually www.abbl.lu by the trade unions, led by ALEBA as the main trade union in the financial sector, and by the employers, i.e. the members of the Luxembourg Bankers Association (ABBL), www.abbl.lu). The collective agreement for bank employees guarantees good working conditions that often go beyond the requirements of the Luxembourg Labour Code. The current collective agreement was negotiated and signed in 2018 and applies in 2018, 2019 and 2020. . . .