Madrid.- The Ministry of Finance proposed this Thursday a new salary increase offer for public employees which would mean an increase of up to 7.5% distributed between 2022, 2023 and 2024, 9.5% if the 2% that public wages have already increased this year.
The Treasury again summoned the unions on Monday to indicate whether they accepted or refused this offer, an approach that the CSIF values but still considers insufficient and that the CCOOs and the UGT will submit to an internal evaluation.
According to union sources, the Treasury is maintaining an additional increase of 1.5% with retroactive effect for 2022 and has increased the increase for 2023 to 2.5%, a year for which it has added another variable point: 0.5% linked to the cumulative inflation of 2022 and 2023. each time it exceeds 6% and an additional 0.5% linked to GDP if it exceeds 5.9%.
For 2024, it proposed a fixed increase of 2%, plus a variable of 0.5% if the cumulative consumer price index (CPI) for 2022, 2023 and 2024 exceeds 8%.
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