The Treasury improves the salary increase for civil servants up to 9.5% in 3 years

The Ministry of Finance has proposed this Thursday a new salary revaluation offer for public employees that would mean an increase of up to 7.

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30 September 2022 Friday 02:41
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The Treasury improves the salary increase for civil servants up to 9.5% in 3 years

The Ministry of Finance has proposed this Thursday a new salary revaluation offer for public employees that would mean an increase of up to 7.5% distributed between 2022, 2023 and 2024, 9.5% if the 2% that the Public wages have already risen this year.

The Treasury has reconvened the unions on Monday to state whether they accept or reject this offer, an approach that CSIF values ​​but still sees as insufficient and that the CCOO and UGT are going to submit to internal evaluation.

According to union sources, the Treasury maintains an additional 1.5% increase with retroactive effect for 2022 and has improved the increase for 2023 to 2.5%, an exercise for which it has added another variable point: 0.5% linked to inflation accumulated for 2022 and 2023 as long as it exceeds 6% and another 0.5% linked to GDP if it exceeds 5.9%.

For 2024, it has proposed a fixed increase of 2%, plus a variable of 0.5% if the accumulated consumer price index (CPI) for 2022, 2023 and 2024 exceeds 8%.

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