Scope The collective agreement applicable to workers in the hotel, restaurant and leisure sector sets out the minimum requirements to be met in the sector, including payment, working time, sickness benefits, work allowance, etc. The conditions are minimum that employers must meet for all their employees. The agreement applies to workers covered by the Working Time Act. The collective agreement for hotel employees, The catering and leisure sector generally applies to jobs such as: restaurants, cafes, pubs, discos, caterers and staff canteens, convenience and manufacturing kitchens, hotels and other tourist accommodation establishments, spas and wellness centers, camping and caravans, holiday and holiday parks, rural tourist services, petrol and transport stations, bowling alleys, holiday centres and yards, congress and promotion centres, Sales, marketing and brokerage of Finnish tourist services. Text of the Treaty What is new compared to the previous collective agreement? • Remuneration • Reduction of working time – Revised leave years scheme • Work practice favours o daily rest o reduced number of consecutive night shifts Other important changes and agreed points: Sickness benefits following an accident at work Amendments resulting from the new Working Time Act Clarification of the scheme for calculating the annual leave remuneration of the probationary person improves the probationary period extension amendments due to the new Working Time Act Working Time Act The collective agreement provides for the amendments introduced by the new Working Time Act by changing the reference period to working time to 12 months. The position of the delegates has been improved In the context of collective bargaining, measures have also been taken with regard to the position of the delegates within the framework of the annexes to the collective agreement. • A new form of cooperation – annual discussions – aimed at improving the dialogue between workers and employers. During collective bargaining, it was agreed that the objectives of the company bargaining system and the functioning of the system will be discussed annually in the workplace with employee representatives. • Better time management for trusted people in exceptional cases.

On the ground, sufficient additional release time will be provided for trusted persons in the event of repeated cooperation negotiations at the workplace.B. An additional period of unblocking is justified by situations where cooperation negotiations take up an important part of the exemption time of a man of trust and make it more difficult for the man of confidence to perform his other duties. . . .