Government, employers and unions have to agree to a moderate rise in the minimum wage

The possibility that there is agreement between the Government, employers and trade unions to raise the minimum wage is there. The increase, in principle, would

Government, employers and unions have to agree to a moderate rise in the minimum wage

The possibility that there is agreement between the Government, employers and trade unions to raise the minimum wage is there. The increase, in principle, would be moderated within the meaning of the words of the first vice-president of the Government, Carmen Calvo, who this morning has pointed out in an interview on the Cadena Ser that would not get to 1,000 euros. “Once, no. It has to be gradual and manageable for the business field,” he noted.

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The minister of Labour meets today with trade unions and employers to address the increase in the minimum wage Brussels take the first step towards a minimum wage in europe The Government is seeking an agreement on the minimum wage with trade unions and employers as the initial message Sánchez tied the rise in pensions and the minimum wage to the formation of the new Government

Since the minister of Labour, Yolanda Diaz, has taken possession of the office has been encounters discreet with the top representatives of the social partners to try to bring positions. And this Tuesday afternoon, the three parties involved in the negotiations issued a press release announcing a meeting for today and the meeting could come to an agreement or an agreement in principle that was subsequently ratified by the governing bodies of trade unions and employers ' organisations, suggest several sources of the social dialogue.

The minimum wage is now at 900 euros after that in 2019, would come up 22.3%. Therefore, following the words of Calvo would be in a middle band. Away the possibility of a rise very significantly after that during the negotiations for the pact Government has speculated with the possibility that the SMI came to 1,000 euros already this year.

throughout 2019, the significant increase in the soil's legal salaries has aroused controversy about whether it was detrimental to the job or not. The latest addition to the debate has been the BBVA Research who has spoken of the climb would have subtracted 45,000 jobs to the increase in employment in the past year. The Ministry of previous Work, directed by Magdalena Valerio, had been discarded in a report submitted to the Airef that would have had adverse consequences for employment creation, but yes that would have been able to bring to the informal economy workers in the agricultural sector or in the home. CC OO, in contrast, conducted another study in June in which he pointed out that he had not had adverse consequences.

Updated Date: 22 January 2020, 13:00

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