Pay deal set to avert strikes


Employers’ representatives and the country’s two main unions – UGT and CCOO – have come to an agreement over pay which is set to avert a wave of threatened strikes.

The deal signed by the national confederation of business associations (CEOE) on behalf of its members will see workers’ salaries rise by 10% over the next three years, with room for additional increases if inflation remains sky high.

The spectre of an autumn of discontent appears to have died with the vital accord.

Full report in Friday’s Costa Blanca News


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