What is BATJIC?

What is BATJIC?
BATJIC (The Building and Allied Trades Joint Industrial Council) is an annually agreed voluntary wages and payment scheme negotiated between the FMB and UNITE the Union. The Building and Allied Trades Joint Industrial Council (BATJIC), managed by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB), has agreed with Unite the Union a 4 per cent wage rate increase, and one extra day of holiday, for small builders, with the agreement coming into effect from Monday 17 June 2024. Brian Berry, Chief Executive of the FMB, said “This year’s agreement represents a fair rise in the wage rates for the nation’s small builders, following another year of inflated prices. We believe this has struck the right balance between employers and staff, who are both seeing their costs rise. BATJIC, in agreement with Unite, also agreed to provide builders with one extra holiday day.” Berry concluded: “While the BATJIC agreement is completely voluntary, we know many FMB members choose to use it for guidance on their wage rates and other employment rights. The agreement helps builders attract new staff and maintain their current workforce by guiding employers to offer competitive wages and a range of other employment benefits.” Source: Federation of Masters Builders (FMB) www.fmb.org.uk
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