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RATP: three unions accept management's salary increase proposal


RATP employees will thus observe a net increase of 1365 euros per year on their salary, or 105 euros per month.

Three RATP unions, FO, CGT and Unsa, have signed the proposed salary increase of 1,365 euros net over the year proposed by management as part of the mandatory annual negotiations (NAO), announced the group on Tuesday.

“All RATP employees will therefore benefit from a general measure, with a net increase of 1,365 euros over one year, or 105 euros net over one month”, welcomes the RATP in a press release.

The trade unions representing the RATP - CGT, FO, Unsa and CFE-CGC - had until Monday to sign this agreement or not.

“This measure has the effect of supporting the company's lowest salaries in particular in a context of high inflation.

It also makes it possible to improve the attractiveness of the company by raising the wages on hiring", continues the RATP, considering that it "is a question of a strong recognition of the investment of all the employees of the 'business ".

[Purchasing power] Three representative trade union organizations (CGT, FO, UNSA) sign Management's proposal for a general increase for all employees in order to improve #GroupeRATP attractiveness ➡️

— RATP Group (@RATPgroup) January 24, 2023

A review clause is scheduled for early July, "given the uncertainties related to the real level of inflation in 2023", according to the Régie.

According to RATP calculations, this wage measure allows an average wage increase of 5.7% in 2023 for all employees of the public group, after 5.2% in 2022.

Source: leparis

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