The company, immersed in the salary negotiations of its staff, extends the incentive of 1,000 euros
After weeks of protests in areas such as Galicia, the Inditex company has decided to pay a 3% advance in those provinces with blocked collective agreements and without an agreed wage increase for 2023. In addition, the group has announced the renewal of the €1,000 incentive for next of kin that was agreed last November. It assumes about 600 euros in the case of days of less than 24 hours per week.
The textile group, together with CC OO and UGT, formed the state table this Wednesday to tackle global measures in payroll matters, the unions reported.
The purpose of the aforementioned statement table is to address global aspects of the salary policy in all group companies and in all territories, taking into account both the situation and levels of provincial collective agreements, and the impact of inflation on the purchasing power of personnel. , as well as a commitment to review and improve the store employee commission system.
Inditex has reported that 99% of stores have met the targets, marking the “fully global” collection of dependents’ incentive agreed by both unions in last November’s agreement.
Both unions have also claimed the equalization of existing bonuses in various provincial agreements and the definition of criteria for improving the incentive system in the various brands, issues to be discussed in future meetings.
From the trade union platforms, they are committed to specifying comprehensive measures in terms of social conditions, promotion, working hours, hours and reconciliation, in this area of negotiation or in the open negotiation of the group equality plan, with meetings during the month of February.
Source: La Verdad
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