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Joint: what are the 10 agreements with the highest salary increases so far

2021-06-21T06:18:18.477Z

There are already 30 agreements sealed. Which closed above 40%.



Soledad Navarro

06/17/2021 2:33 PM

  • Clarín.com

  • Economy

Updated 06/17/2021 2:35 PM

In total, there are already 30 salary agreements agreed so far.

Clarín drew up a list of the 10 best closed so far

.

All above the estimated annual inflation of 29%, reflected in the 2021 Budget, and even the 35% mentioned last week by Chief of Staff Santiago Cafiero in Congress.

Almost all were resolved in installments and include the now

classic revision clause, which forces them at some point in the year to sit down and renegotiate

depending on how inflation evolves.

One of the most important unions that has not yet reached an agreement is that of Truckers.

From last week to now, the guild led by the Moyano has already had two meetings.

The first was last week, the last meeting was on Wednesday, where the business chambers offered a 38% salary increase in four sections.

The proposal is somewhat higher than what most of the unions closed, but it is below, for example,

the increase of 40% that they have just granted to the legislative staff, PAMI and even the ANSeS

.

After qualifying them as laughable, Hugo and his son Pablo said that the proposal was immediately rejected.

Here is a list of the best 10 agreements closed so far:

Wine industry workers: 57%

The Federation of Wine and Allied Workers and Employees (FOEVA) closed a 57% salary increase for operators of wineries and vineyards.

The agreement establishes an

update until February 2022 of 47% remunerative and 10% in non-remunerative concepts, to be paid in installments.

In addition,

an extraordinary bonus of $ 8,000 to be collected in December and a monthly adjustment of $ 400 for winery employees and $ 350 for vineyard workers in social security

contributions.

Neuquén State (ATE): 53.09%

They closed an agreement of 53.09% for 2021 and a recomposition of 15% first that closes the parity 2020.

The increase

will be paid 10% in May, 5% in July, 5% in September, 5% in November

and

8, 12% in December.

The provincial government also proposed

a non-remunerative sum of $ 3,500 that was paid in February

and that runs until August for net salaries below $ 55,000.

Added to that is the payment of $ 40,000 for clothing, in two installments.

ANSeS workers agreed to 45.5%


ANSeS workers

agreed to a total salary increase of 45.5% to be paid until January 2022

, in the joint corresponding to this year, with which the public sector once again exceeds the official guideline of 29%, and until the estimate of the 35% made later by the Chief of Staff, Santiago Cafiero, also in front of Congress weeks ago.

That agreement will also have the now classic review clause that will be made in November.

ANSeS, one of the last to agree.

Thus, the agreement contemplates

an increase of 17% in June

,

12% in August, 5% in October and 6% in January

2022. In addition, an increase of 50 Remuneration Units (UR) on the Day of the Pension Worker, an increase of 2 UR in recognition for seniority and an increase of 30 UR in presenteeism.

Licenses were also agreed on for the purpose of attending school events and adapting so that parents can accompany their children back to school

.

PAMI: more than 43%

A week ago, PAMI workers had also reached an agreement above the inflation forecast in the 2021 Budget. 35% was agreed and the increase in the number of Remuneration Units, which will nevertheless make the parity higher in some cases the 43%.

The agreement is made up of a 35% increase that will be paid to all workers and will be effective in five tranches: this month a 10% will be activated -which will be charged with June wages-; another 10% in August; 4% in September; 6% in January and 5% in February. With a review agreed for October. And an extra 5% in the amount of the Remuneration Units of each item that make up the salary.

The agreement they reached last Wednesday will add an extra 5% to the amount of the Remuneration Units of each item that make up the salary. That increase makes a difference and will be assigned to all salary scales. In addition, 105 UR will be paid for daycare from June. In addition, the concept of refreshments for those who work in person will be extended until December. It is the first time that the distributive Units increase in quantity and not in value as it always was.

Negotiation sources told

Clarín

that 5% of UR, with 035%,

will have a total impact of between 42.2% and 43.7%, depending on the salary of each worker

. The union also agreed a sum of $ 20,000, an extraordinary sum in commemoration of the 50 years of the Institute.

State of Formosa: 42%

They agreed to a 42% increase, which will be charged in three tranches.

20% as of March 1, 12% as of July 1 and 10% as of September 1. Cable TV They agreed to increase 23% in three sections: 6% in February, 6% in March cumulative and 11% in May.

After the agreement of the Argentine Television Union (Satsaid), the annual joint 2020/2021 totaled 44%.

Domestic staff: 42%

The National Commission for Work in Private Homes (CNTCP) resolved to increase the minimum wages of Domestic Personnel

by 42% in 4 installments for the next 12 months, from June to March 2022

.

In addition,

a revision clause

was agreed

in March 2022

based on the inflation that is reached in that month.

Employees of private homes sealed a 42% agreement.

The quotas will be four: the first increase will be 13% from June, the second will be 12% in September, there will be 5% in December, and finally there will be another 12% in March 2022. From September - not retroactive -

An additional 1% is recognized per year of seniority and an additional 2% per unfavorable area

- Patagonian provinces - with June salaries.

This year, the sector

received an increase of 8% in February and 10% in April,

which complemented the delay in the increases agreed for 2020.

With 13% in June, the minimum salary for private house workers who complete a full working day and who perform general tasks under the

"with retirement"

modality

will go from $ 22,765.50 to $ 25,724 per month

.

Meanwhile, per hour it rises from $ 185 to $ 209.05.

For the “without withdrawal of $ 25,315, it increases to $ 28,605.95 per month.

And per hour, from $ 199.50 to $ 223.45.

Telecommunications: 41.5%

The Argentine Union of Television, Telecommunications, Audiovisual, Interactive and Data Services closed its 20/21 joint venture with ATA-Capit (Open Channels and Production Companies) at 41.5% plus a fixed sum of $ 25,000.

This is for the period from October 2020 to September 2021.


Congressional Workers: 40%

After a meeting with union representatives, the president of the Senate, Cristina Kirchner, and the president of the Deputies, Sergio Massa, announced

the joint agreement for the legislative staff, with an increase of 40%, which represents an increase of 11 points per above the official salary guideline.

The agreed salary update will be made in

four tranches of 10%

that will be paid in the months of

July, August, September and October.

Plastic Employees: 36%

The agreement between the Union of Workers and Plastic Employees (UOYEP) and the Chamber of the Plastic Industry (CAIP) was 36% and three non-remunerative fixed sums of $ 7,000 each, to be paid between May and September.

UOCRA workers: 35.8%

They closed a 35.8% agreement in four installments: 12% in April, 10% in July, 7% in October and 6.8% in February 2022.

On April 16, the UOCRA concluded an agreement with the Argentine Chamber of Construction.

The four tranches will all be remunerative.

YN

Look also

Anses workers agreed to a 45.5% salary increase and the public sector once again exceeds the official guideline

Domestic Staff: how much time goes and when are the next increases

Source: clarin

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