SEV proposes that pay ought to hinge on productivity


The Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV) is in favor of a production model that would get rid of the distortions of the past as well as those created by the crisis, proposing that salary levels be contingent on productivity.

This is the main message the industrialists’ union will convey at a conference it is holding on Tuesday with the participation of the main unions.

SEV also intends to convey the message that flexible forms of labor are nothing sinister and that it would make no sense to change labor regulations back to the way they were in 2009 when the current third bailout program ends in August 2018 as conditions will be completely different.

SEV head Theodoros Fessas is expected to stress the need for a clear proposal for a modern, flexible and productive labor environment to serve an open, internationally competitive economy.