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Statement from Fials Milano Secretary General Mauro Nobile. Here are the proposals put forward by FIALS Milan, the most representative union in the health sector in the city of Milan, regarding the renewal of the CCNL of the health sector for the period 2022-2024. Our action is based on an in-depth analysis of the needs of the sector and aims to offer technically advanced and feasible solutions to effectively respond to current and future challenges. 1) Personnel Classification System: We propose an update of the classification system which provides for the restoration of the Senior Specialized Technical Operator Profile and the stabilization of the Senior OSS profile, in addition to the progressive elimination of the Operators Zone with relative requalification profiles in the field of assistants, with particular reference to OSS and “rescue” ambulance drivers. 2) Economic and vertical progressions: It is essential to introduce a system of “economic professionalism differentials” that promote horizontal economic progression, reducing the length of stay necessary to access the subsequent DEP (stable increases in economic treatment) by three to two years and provide a safeguard mechanism for those who have not obtained one or two DEPs. Furthermore, we propose to negotiate the number of annual economic developments on the basis of percentages to be defined in relation to the number of employees. 3) Abolition of the constraint of 50% economic progression: Our analysis highlights how the constraint which limits the possibilities of economic progression to 50% is unfounded on a solid legal basis and risks unfairly hindering the professional development of workers. This restriction not only appears to contradict the principles of meritocracy and internal justice, but also limits the ability of the health system to adequately reward the commitment and skills of its professionals. It seems essential to us to remove this constraint to promote fairer valuation of health personnel, while respecting the principles of equity and recognition of merit. 4) Allowances and compensation: It is imperative to review the economic value of hardship compensation, which has remained unchanged since 2000 despite the increase in the cost of living and the responsibilities of nursing staff. We also propose to make the regulation of overtime work more effective by creating a specific fund for overtime and setting a minimum ceiling for the value of one hour of overtime work. 5) Flexibility and valorization of study hours: Continuing training is an essential pillar to guarantee excellence and professional updating in the health sector. It is essential that the hours granted for the right to study can be used flexibly, also to carry out curricular internships and asynchronous courses. This flexibility represents a key factor in allowing workers to best reconcile training needs with work needs, thus raising the level of skill and the quality of the service offered to citizens. We hope that these technical proposals can contribute significantly to the debate on the renewal of the National Collective Work Agreement for Health, leading to a tangible improvement in the working conditions of professionals in the sector and, consequently, in the quality of the service. offered to citizens.

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