July 9, 2020

The gas station strike for December 5 and 9 has been called off




The Federation of Industry, Construction and Agriculture of UGT has called off the two strike days scheduled for December 5 and 9 After an agreement has been reached, the union has informed in a statement. In this regard, they have announced the closing of "a satisfactory agreement" at the meeting held yesterday by UGT FICA and CCOO unions and the employers' associations CEEES and AEVECAR at the headquarters of the General Directorate of Employment.

Specifically, it has been submitted a 1.5% salary increase for this year. What they have estimated from UGT that will allow, «taking into account the current evolution of the CPI to recover about 1% of purchasing power». With regard to 2020 and 2021, the agreement “improves the initial supply of employers” and establishes salary increases of 1.3% each year (0.7% was proposed by the employer).

It has also incorporated a classic in which it is guaranteed that, in case of price deviation, there will be a minimum increase of 0.3% above what the CPI indicates. UGT has also highlighted the existence of progress in matters such as mobility or the use of work clothes.

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