Austria - Bargaining in small transport finalised - February 28, 2018

Collective bargaining for workers in the small transport and delivery industry was completed successfully resulting in higher wages. As part of the minimum wage agreement reached in 2017, workers in the carrying industry will see their incomes increase from 3% for the higher incomes to as much as 5% for the lower incomes. The wage increases apply with retroactive effect from 1 January 2018 with a term of 12 months. Next target of trade union Vida is a collective agreement covering the entire bicycle delivery industry.

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