advance the parity for 2022 and 2023, with which new unions achieved salary adjustments with increases of 50%, among them, the meat industry, poultry, fishing and naval workers.
These sectors agreed The commissions increases between 45% and 50% that will be paid in different installments; With this, more than a dozen guilds have closed parity for this year.
However, from the Ministry of Labor they warned that the parity will remain open all year, so different sectors are likely to make further increases throughout 2022.
This given that the employees and the Government seek to beat inflation, and under this line it would be necessary to make some adjustments to the wages of workers in each of the sectors of the national economy.
For now, it was known that the meat industry closed an agreement with an increase of 50%, paid in 4 installments: 10% between April and May, 15% between June and August and 15% for the September-November section
In addition, a final increase of 10% will be paid for the December-January 2023 section, when a new review will be carried out with the Trade Union Federation of Meat and Allied Workers of Argentina (FESITCARA).
On the other hand, the Union Federation of Meat and Derivatives Industry Personnel, which represents the poultry sector, agreed to a 7% closing review of the 2021-2022 joint year in April, with which it accumulates 54%.
While the fishery workers agreed to a 45% increase in wages for February (27% in March and 18% in July), with a review scheduled for next September.
The naval workers also closed joint
The Argentine Union of Naval Workers (SAON) agreed in the Commission an increase of 50%, paid in 4 installments: 15% in May, 10% in June, 15% in July, 10% in August.
In addition, the sector agreed to carry out a review in September to find out if it will be necessary to make a new adjustment in workers’ wages.