In addition to the attack on the NAECI agreement, CNIM undermines health and safety, social benefits, training and the refusal to hire local workers. A Spokesman for Unite said. This project poses a direct threat to the NAECI agreement and should not allow it to give a trend to future work. “The corresponding agreement for much of the work is the National Agreement for the Construction Industry (NAECI). CNIM said NAECI is an optional agreement, as Parc Adfer was raised in 2016 by local authorities “obliged to make the best use of public funds. The UK government and the Welsh Government are aware that NAECI is not considered a precondition for local authority projects. The membership structure and the constitution of the NJCECI form the basis of a single table agreement and set the standards for the practice in place. Continuous improvement in standards has had a positive impact on workers` safety and well-being conditions; and it continues to have a great influence on the performance of the engineering industry. The future of the sector`s collective agreements is being undermined, although it is a threat of skills diversion in the sector, there is no learning in Afder Park. The agreements include sections that provide for the payment of daily travel and accommodation allowances, etc. In practice, hmrc, recognizing the mobility obligation traditionally required of workers in the construction industry, has for many years agreed to specific tax procedures applicable to the payment of travel and accommodation allowances, etc., under labour rule agreements. Unite says CNIM refuses to enforce national construction contracts and has only used the minimum wage to set pay rates. After a review of NAECI in 2018, a two-year contract was successfully concluded and NJC Communique 13 (18) provides full details on the new provisions as well as rate and pay increases for the period 2019-2020. National agreements work for both workers and employers, workers receive a decent wage and work in a secure environment where they return safely every day.

In return, projects are provided in a timely and budgeted manner. The application of national wage rates for the project even undermines the terms of the NAECI agreement by at least 63.5%. Employment contracts are developed by representatives of employers and trade unions to regulate, at the national level, the rates of pay and working conditions of workers (workers) paid every hour in the construction sector and allied industry.