The conflict between Single Union of Argentine Tire Workers (SUTNA) and the companies in the sector, which has been going on for six months, reached a agreement within the framework of intense joint negotiations that took place since the afternoon of this Wednesday, sources from the Ministry of Labor reported.
The agreement was reached in a meeting headed by the Minister of Labor Claudio Moroniwhich concluded at 4:10 in the morning, the sources confirmed.
In relation to the 2021-2022 peer review, it was agreed that it be resolved an adjustment of 16% for the fifth tranche of the 2021/2022 salary reviewthus totaling a 66% wage increase throughout the parity period.
Meanwhile, for the parity period 2022/2023a salary increase is established for the parity that begins on 07/01/2022, which is made up of the following scheme: “25% increment to from 07/01/2022; 16% Increment as of 10/01/2022; 10% Increment as of 12/01/2022; 12% Increment from 02/01/2022; and the 10% Increment from 07/01/2023integrating the calculation base of the parity 2023/2024 on the salary of July 2022″.
Also and as one-time extraordinary bonus The companies will pay each daily worker of the same, a gross sum of $100,000.
Both parties agree to maintain purchasing power of wages in the sector.
Finally, the parties assume the commitment to refrain from carrying out any type of measure that could affect in any way the production in any of the establishments of the respective companies.
In the meeting where the agreement was reached were also the Secretary of Labor, Marcelo Bellotti and the National Director of Labor Relations and Regulations, Gabriela Marcello for the ministry, and the SUTNA union representative, Alexander Crespoand representatives of the companies in the sector.