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Foreword *)

There was a significant rise in inflation last year, which has led to loss of purchasing power for employees. Looking ahead to 2023, there is still uncertainty regarding the development of the war in Ukraine and economic, social and political developments.

When making agreements for this CLA, the CLA parties focused on the collective wage development. The banks are affected by the tightness in the labour market, especially in areas where capacity needs to be increased, such as KYC and IT.
At the same time, the contraction in traditional jobs is continuing. The banks broadly continue to invest in the mobility and sustainable employability of their staff.

Time and place independent working has now become common practice at the banks. Managers and employees continue to look for the most suitable working patterns, with a focus on employee engagement and vitality.

The employees participating in the CLA Banks are diverse, and roughly two thirds of them work for a bank who's head office is located outside the Netherlands. The CLA Banks provides a framework that reflects market conditions and allows for this diversity, and also offers room for specific employer agreements. This contributes to a robust and flexible banking industry in the Netherlands.

Werkgeversvereniging Banken (Employers’ Association for Banks)
CNV Vakmensen
De Unie

*) This is a translated version of the original Dutch text. In the event of any conflict or inconsistency between the English text and the Dutch text, the Dutch text shall prevail. No rights can be derived from this translated version.

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