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Renault proposes to increase its employees by 110 euros net per month


A purchasing power support bonus of 700 euros will also be paid for those who earn up to three times the minimum wage.

Renault has proposed a budget increase of 7.5% to increase salaries in 2023 following the mandatory annual negotiations (NAO) which ended on Thursday evening, which guarantees an average increase of 110 euros net per month for each employee.

Wage increases are divided into general and individual increases, but a purchasing power support bonus will also be paid to all employees (workers, technicians, supervisors and executives), the car manufacturer told AFP on Friday. .

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This, in the amount of 700 euros, will still be capped: it will be awarded to employees earning up to three times the minimum wage.

All of these measures allow an average increase of 110 euros net per month over the year, assured the group.

They will come into effect from February 1.

The unions have until next Friday to decide whether or not to sign the agreement.


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Last year, no union (CFE-CGC, CGT, CFDT and FO) agreed to validate the agreement reached at the end of the annual negotiations.

This proposed to increase wages by 1.9% on average for 2022, a measure supplemented by distributions of shares to employees but blocked for five years.

"Today we mark a historic record increase defying all competition

," welcomed the CFDT in a press release.

The effort made by the company in favor of its employees is greater than that of




(5.3%), or even


(4.5%)", welcomed the union.

Source: lefigaro

All news articles on 2023-01-27

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