Regular annual survey of wage and working conditions negotiated in collective agreements.


Information On Working Conditions (IPP)

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Survey "Information on working conditions" (IPP) annually monitors the working and wage conditions for employers in the Czech Republic based on an analysis of collective agreements. Under the auspices of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MoLSA), this survey has been conducted regularly since 1993. Its purpose is to map and analyse the content of collective bargaining in the Czech Republic. The aim of the survey is to provide the state and other institutions (CNB, Research Institute for Labour and Social Affairs (RILSA), etc.) an overview of trends of collective bargaining and to provide contractual partners adequate information for further negotiations on a enterprise level or for negotiations in respect of a higher level collective agreement.

The survey focuses on agreements of social partners in the fields of:

In 2022 selected data about wage and working conditions were analysed from 1,764 collective agreements from 28 different trade unions (TU), which represented almost 813 thousand employees. In 2022, 20 higher level collective agreements or their amendments were also analysed and evaluated.

Regulated and coordinated IPP

The Commission composed of the representatives of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, the Czech Statistical Office, the Ministry of Finance, the Czech National Bank, the Czech-Moravian Confederation of Trade Unions, the Confederation

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of Industry of the Czech Republic, CERGE-EI, the University of Economics in Prague and other institutions comments on the course of the investigation and the outputs. IPP is carried out by TREXIMA, Ltd.