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Staff salaries will be able to rise in August

Batet announces that it will bring the public offer of employment to the Council of Ministers of July 27

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Staff salaries will be able to rise in August

The government will give necessary instructions this week so that officials can already charge in August 1.5% increase in salaries plus 0.25 additional points. In fact, workers of central administration will be sure to perceive it already next month, according to this Monday Minister of Territorial Policy and public service, Meritxell Batet, at end of meeting with most representative trade unions of Public service, CC OO, CSI-F and UGT.

On employees of or administrations, Minister Batet was less specific, as she said that it would depend on managers of each one of m. The arrears related to delay in salary increase ( rise in salaries of 1.5% has retroactive effects since January 1), it did not concretize when payment will be produced, but it said that it would be as soon as possible: "Today secretaries of State of Public service and budgets will sign instructions to make payment of arrears immediately to public employees. "

Batet also announced that intention of executive is to comply with commitments signed by previous government. And he added that he aims to bring public employment offer corresponding to this year's budgets to Council of Ministers on 27 July, which will incorporate "stabilization agreements" of 2017 and 2018.

Union claims

On or hand, at end of meeting, unions remained in ir claims. Pepe Fernandez, of CC OO, noted that in Spain re were some 300,000 vacancies in administration of which only had been covered 140,000.

It also put figures president of CSI-F, Miguel Borras, who claimed an extraordinary offer of employment of 4,000 seats plus or 6,000 of internal promotion. In addition, he called for implementation of a 20-week paternity permit to be negotiated. Julio la Sane, from UGT, opted to demand that cuts that have affected public employees since 2012, "including maximum working day of 35 hours", be reversed.

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