Good student, the recycling branch has increased wages by 2.5%

Retraining has taken the lead in wage negotiations. The branch welcomed Wednesday, October 6 to have reached an agreement so quickly, and especially before most other trades. Negotiations began Thursday, September 30, with requests still quite distant.

“As of Friday, five representative unions out of six had agreed on a request for an increase in minimums of + 3%, except the CGT which demanded + 5%”, relates Bruno Delavant, federal secretary of the FGMM-CFDT (Mines and Metallurgy) and negotiator of the collective agreement for the recycling branch.

“The employers were on + 2.2%. We absolutely wanted to maintain this gap of 33 euros between the lowest salary on the grid and the minimum wage. Finally, we agreed on + 2.5% ”, welcomes the union representative. An increase which means that the first level of the salary scale is raised to 1,627 euros, ie a difference with the minimum wage at 37 euros.


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