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Caixabank or Unicaja banking employers and unions agree to a 4.25% wage increase by 2023.

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CECA, the banking employers of CaixaBank, Unicaja Banco, Abanca or Ibercaja and the unions that have signed the collective agreement for the savings sector, FINE, CCOO and UGT, have reached an agreement that provides for the creation of a new salary concept. Incorporating the collective agreement on a recurring basis and representing a 4.25% increase on the contract’s base salary through 2023, as reported by Europa Press.

In addition, a minimum increase of €1,000 has been set for all workers and is in addition to the 1% increase already provided for in the current contract, which runs from 2019 to 2023.

Thus, the employers’ association representing entities such as CaixaBank, Unicaja Banco, Abanca or Ibercaja joins the rest of the banking sector associations such as AEB, Unacc and Asemecc to reach an agreement to mitigate the effects of inflation. templates. In the case of both banks and credit cooperatives and savings banks, the agreed growth for 2023 is 4.5%.

This labor agreement will affect 64,000 employees of CaixaBank, Abanca, Unicaja Banco, Ibercaja Banco, Caixa Ontinyent, Colonya Pollença and Cecabank and has been reached with more than 75% of union representation held by FINE, CCOO and UGT trade unions.

In a joint note, the unions say that this revision of the current agreement includes their “strong demands” to ease the pressure that inflation is putting on the wages of workers in the savings sector. However, they note that the agreement “does not put an end” to their claims, which they will put on the table in the coming months with the “early opening” of a future collective agreement.

Notably, unions last week called for a mobilization in key CECA-related agencies to demand a wage review to coincide with the presentation of the 2022 results.

Source: El Diario

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