The document, which sets the pace for liquidation of mines and regulates the issue of subsidies to reduce hard coal mines, will be initialed next Wednesday. Work on the agreement continued over a period of six months.
For the social contract project ZET Radio correspondent Daria Klimza has arrived. It is based on an agreement signed on September 25, 2020 between trade union representatives and the government. For it to take effect, the European Commission has yet to be notified.
The documents described by Radio ZET make it clear that every employee decides to terminate an employment contract with the employer’s consent It will be able to count on 120 thousand. Polish zloty net of end-of-service benefits. This is what was covered in Chapter Six of the Agreement. On the fifth, it was discussed Employment guarantees until retirement and allocation issues from closed mines.
“The first chapter is about The Refinery Industry Support Mechanism. It includes, among other things, coverage of extraordinary unit costs covered by the liquidation system, subsidies to reduce production, and financial support for units that have already been diverted to liquidation. This chapter includes costs related to the wage index to 2025, i.e. increases (by 3.8% in 2022, 3.5% in 2023, 3.4% in 2024, and 3.3% in 2025)) – We read on radiozet.pl.
The document also talks about Investments in clean coal technologies, the creation of the Silesia Equitable Transfer Fund and presents the schedule for mine closure Belongs to companies: Polska Grupa Górnicza, Tauron Wydobycie, Węglokoks Kraju, Lubelski Węgla Bogdanka. The longest operating mines are PGG ROW Ruch Jankowice and Ruch Chwałowice, as well as the Tauron Wydobycie Mines: Sobieski, Janina and the Bogdanka Mine.