After two months of delay, there is a joint agreement

After two months of delay, there is a joint agreement

After two months of delay, The Government closed an agreement with the National Commission for Work in Private Homes to update the minimum salaries. The domestic workers They will not see an update in their January salary but they will receive a 20% in February and 15% in March.

The last joint agreement of the domestic workers It was signed in September and established an increase of 34% in three tranches: 12% in October, 12% in November and 10% in December. With that percentage, During the year, private workers accumulated a 154% salary increase against an inflation of 211.4%.

To this situation will be added the deterioration of their income at the beginning of 2024, contemplating the 51.3% inflation bimonthly since the inauguration of Javier Milei.

Domestic workers: how much they earn in February

People who perform general tasks in private homes and are hired by the hour or by the day are entitled to the following amounts:

Per hour with withdrawal: $1,416.50

Per hour without withdrawal: $1528

In February, those who work with a monthly scheme They will charge the following amounts, corresponding to the work carried out in January:

  • Monthly with withdrawal: $173,758
  • Monthly without withdrawal: $193,217

These values ​​respond only to the salaryso the employer must also pay the costs of antiquity, retirement contributions and social work.

The program Registeredwhich promoted the formal incorporation of private home workers into the labor market, expired on December 31, 2023 and will not be renewed. The information was confirmed to Ambit by Federal Public Revenue Administration (AFIP) and the sector’s own union. Until November of last year, they were More than 34 thousand benefited from the policy implemented in September 2021.

With the intention of sustaining the employment registered in this branch of activity, which was particularly affected by the effects of Covid-19, andThe State guaranteed the salary contribution of 50% for six months, which rose to eight for holders of the Acompañar Plan: workers with disabilities or with children with disabilities, and trans or transgender people. The employer was in charge of registering on the AFIP page and transferring the percentage of the remaining salary, payment of contributions and the ART.

For its part, The State opened a free salary account in the name of the worker at Banco Nación. The program was compatible with the Universal Child Allowance, the Universal Pregnancy Allowance, Progresar, Food Card, Work Enhancement and others, to dismiss the argument that the employer could not register the worker because of his concern about losing State assistance.

Source: Ambito

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