The agreement of the Joint Council of the Construction Industry (ICJC), its remuneration and conditions would normally have been reviewed at the end of June 2020. In April 2020, all parties agreed to postpone the opening of possible review talks due to the emergency situation of Covid 19 and the unprecedented impact this has had on employers, workers, industry and the United Kingdom as a whole. Parties to the CYOC labour standards agreement remain in regular contact to monitor progress, while the sector makes progress in an emergency to better understand the current impact on employers, workers and industry. In the meantime, all tariffs and certificates are still in effect in accordance with the CIJC agreement of August 1, 2018. All of the above elements were agreed upon during the 2018 salary and conditional negotiations. For questions about the changes, please contact Gerry Lean, Joint Employer Council for the Construction Industry, cijc.wra@hotmail.co.uk. In February 2020, the trade union side applied for a salary for the Joint Council of the Construction Sector (ICJC), the largest national construction market, which focuses on civil engineering and biblical crafts. Discussions were scheduled to begin shortly after that date, but were delayed due to the Covid 19 pandemic. CIJC Employers will offer a revolutionary two-year compensation and packaging system. The principles will increase by 3.2% from 25 June and 2.9% in June 2019. As a result of this decision, the 2019/20 rates remain up to date, as we have already recommended.

Now, employer representatives have completed their discussions with the unions and have taken note of the union`s opinion on the position. Representatives agreed not to start wage negotiations for 2020/21. Currently, the national minimum wage for people aged 21 to 24 is $7.70 per hour and the national minimum wage for those aged 25 and over is currently $8.21 per hour. These will be increased from 1 April 2020. The Joint Council of the Construction Industry (ICJC) agreement, its remuneration and conditions, would normally have been reviewed at the end of June 2020. In April 2020, all parties agreed to postpone the opening of possible review talks due to the emergency situation of Covid 19 and the unprecedented impact this has had on employers, workers, industry and the UK as a whole.