Malta - Workers at Malta International Airport have a pay deal - May 31, 2018

The management of Malta International Airport and the two unions representing its workforce, GWU and UĦM, signed a collective agreement. The agreement covers the period between 1 January 2018 and 31 December 2022. The agreement will lead to improved benefits for workers, with year-on-year increases in salaries, which amount to a 17.5% increase by 2022. The package includes performance bonuses and wellbeing benefits. In return, the agreement foresees a more agile operation linked to quality management and the company's strategic goals. It introduces a better shift structure to allow the company the flexibility it needs to continue to manage the ever-increasing operational demands of the airport.

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