Slovenia - Good negotiation results in metal and electro industry - January 14, 2010

On 14 January SKEI, the metal and electro-industry union, achieved a number of positive negotiation results using workers’ willingness to strike and a strike announcement for 13 January. In the electro-industry, by 1 January 2010 basic wages were increased between 7% for the lowest wage scale and 1.5% for the highest scale. In the metal industry, by 1 January basic wage increases were agreed of 5% for all categories, as well as a minimum wage of Euro 724.51. In basic metals, iron and steel, the basic wage increase by 1 January was 3.2%, and the new minimum wage Euro 748.20.

English: message of EUCOBAN network of EMF / EFFAT / ETUF-TCL / EMCEF

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