MAJA SEVER RE-ELECTED AS PRESIDENT OF THE TRADE UNION OF CROATIAN JOURNALISTS

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Source/Author: Hina

Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT) journalist Maja Sever was re-elected on Saturday as the president of the Trade Union of Croatian Journalists (TUCJ) and announced in her second term the continuation of work on achieving the National Collective Agreement and ongoing projects.

Sever was elected president of the journalist union at the 35th electoral assembly held at the Journalists’ Home.

“I really want to continue with the projects. I think we have opened some stories, and it’s better to push them a little further,” Sever said. Last year, the union worked on achieving the National Collective Agreement, and after the initial negotiations were interrupted, contact with employers was re-established in mid-2022.

Until the National Collective Agreement is reached, TUCJ activities will continue to focus on preserving the existing three collective agreements at the level of media companies (HRT, Hina, Novi list), as well as renewing and concluding new ones. Union representatives reported on the situation in their media companies, and many expressed dissatisfaction with salary levels and the employer’s response to inflation.

The assembly unanimously accepted Paolo Gregorović (Glas Istre) as the Commissioner of the Year.

Author: Hina