Inditex signs a labor agreement with CC.OO. and UGT for all of Spain

The CCOO and the UGT reached an agreement with Inditex this Friday to recover the incentive for sales assistants eliminated after the pandemic and increase the headquarters bonus in A Coruña, where a strike is called for the next November 25 and 26, coinciding with the 'Black Friday', by the Galician Inter-Union Confederation (CIG) union.

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18 November 2022 Friday 10:34
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Inditex signs a labor agreement with CC.OO. and UGT for all of Spain

The CCOO and the UGT reached an agreement with Inditex this Friday to recover the incentive for sales assistants eliminated after the pandemic and increase the headquarters bonus in A Coruña, where a strike is called for the next November 25 and 26, coinciding with the 'Black Friday', by the Galician Inter-Union Confederation (CIG) union.

According to the unions, in recent weeks they have been demanding measures in the company as a whole that "offset the impact of inflation and revert part of the benefits to the workforce, in addition to specific measures in A Coruña".

Specifically, an agreement has been reached in which the employee incentive is recovered throughout the company, increasing its amount to 1,000 euros and 600 euros in days of less than 24 hours a week, to be paid in the February 2023 payroll.

They also indicated that they have managed to open a negotiation to establish a “more transparent, universal and equitable system of incentives and commissions for all brands, in addition to taking into account the omnichannel of physical and online sales”.

Also, in A Coruña it has been possible to increase the headquarters bonus to 2,700 euros in 2022, 3,000 euros in 2023 and 3,600 euros in 2024, which means increases of 1,843.95 euros, 2,143.95 euros and 2,743.95 euros, respectively, which will be "higher with the increase percentages agreed upon in agreements".

Likewise, they assured that the Inditex management has committed to "become more involved in the unblocking and salary update of the regional and provincial agreements" since 57% of Inditex workers "are currently in unrenewed agreements and, consequently, with their frozen salaries, which can necessarily lead to conflict scenarios in the month of December in those territorial areas”.

"It is, without a doubt, a strategic agreement, both at the state level and in the area of ​​A Coruña, which makes the entire workforce participate in the good economic progress of Inditex," the unions stressed.

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