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Inditex began negotiations for salary improvements on January 25

Date: February 1, 2023 Time: 05:31:07

The Spanish multinational Inditex has agreed to start meetings with meetings with the CCOO and UGT starting next January 25, with the aim of addressing salary measures to offset the impact of inflation on the salaries of its workers. As confirmed by the CCOO, a state negotiating table will be formed in order to address global aspects of salary policy in all group companies and in all territories.

The union demands that set take into account in the negotiation the situation and levels of the provincial collective agreements and the impact that inflation is having on the purchasing power of employees, as well as the commitment to review and improve the system of commissions for the personnel of shop.

In addition, from CCOO it is considered that, in the Group Equality Plan, under negotiation, whose next meeting will be held on January 18, measures of scope and application to all templates of all brands must be specified. For its part, the company has promised to recover for the staff a bonus for store personnel eliminated three years ago, recorded by CCOO in one thousand euros per year for full days and 600 euros for part days.

Strike the first day of sales

In parallel, the minority unions CGT and USO have called a day of strike for next January 7, the first day of sales, in two brands of the group: Zara (Lefties and Kiddy’s Class included) and Pull&Bear, to demand salary improvements. Although CCOO and UGT, with the support of more than 90% of the workforce, have not joined this call, which claims to equate in all the autonomous communities and provinces the salary increase recently agreed with the social representation in A Coruña.

Salary improvement agreement in A Coruña

On December 22, an agreement was reached whereby the group of Inditex store staff, which are between 1,500 and 1,600 people in the province of A Coruña, will have a monthly increase in salary bonuses: 322 euros during the first year , 362 euros during the second and 382 euros thereafter. These increases in 15 monthly payments translate into about 5,700 euros per year.

CGT also claims a salary increase of 250 euros per month for workers with days of less than 15 hours, payment on Sundays under the same conditions as holidays and the equalization of social aid received by logistics, factories and power stations. the company.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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