For more information, see the attached framework documents In accordance with the agreement, each higher education institution is required to cooperate with its approved trade unions to set up new wage structures for all higher education employees with a single wage backlog. The framework agreement also includes the development, development, recruitment and retention of staff, the harmonisation of working time and equal opportunities. Information and copies of communication statements made during the implementation phase of the framework project may be obtained from email@example.com. Among the advantages of public institutions that benefit from this framework are: the framework agreement is an agreement concluded in 2004 between national employers and trade unions to modernise wage structures in higher education. Framework for Temporary Administrative, Traiteering & Manual Staff Services (North) - ocds-r6ebe6-0000551090 Framework for Temporary Administrative, Restauration & Manual Staff Services (South) - ocds-r6ebe6-0000551034 Framework Agreement for Interim Professional Staff Services (National) - ocds-r6ebe6-0000 550998 Framework Agreement for Interim IT Staff Services (National) - ocds-r6ebe6-0000550712 A number of other documents have been developed as a result of the Framework Agreement: UCEA and Higher education unions have developed a framework agreement for the modernisation of higher education remuneration structures (2003) through JNCHES (Joint Negotiation Committee for Higher Education Staff). . . .