Portugal - Union demands 4% pay improvement - September 30, 2018

The General Confederation of Portuguese Workers (CGTP), has formulated a demand of 4% salary increases for 2019, with a monthly increase of at least €40, and tax relief so that workers can improve their living standard. The demands were set out by the union federation’s executive committee in early September. Moreover, the national minimum wage should increase to €650 per month and a housing and tax policy compatible with household income needs to be adopted, according to the CGTP’s priorities for 2019.

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