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Oilers agreed to a new salary increase for January of 20.6%

Oilers agreed to a new salary increase for January of 20.6%
February 21, 2024 – 21:07

The oil unions throughout the country agreed to a new salary increase, in this case of 20.6%. In March they will meet again. Starting in April it will update by CPI.

The guilds tankers from all over the country agreed to a new salary increase, in this case of 20.6%, which workers in the sector will receive in their income as a result of the increase in inflation in January. In March they will meet again.

The new salary guideline agreed with the business chambers was sealed this Wednesday in a meeting at the Ministry of Labor, in the City of Buenos Aires, where they arranged an increase of 20.6% to accompany the increase in the inflation.

“With this we are reaching 235.9%, to continue fighting the effects of inflation, achieving a new salary review to continue defending the purchasing power of the oil worker”he sentenced Jorge Avila, head of the Private Oil and Gas Union of Chubut, highlighting the efforts of the oil leadership.

While the general secretary of Private Oilers of Neuquén, Río Negro and La Pampa, Marcelo Ruccivalued the increase achieved and explained that, due to high inflation “Salaries are reviewed month by month.”

During the meeting, the unions and oil companies also agreed to meet again in March to discuss the increase that workers will receive as a result of the rise in inflation in February. And in the month of April they agreed to review the annual parity, also considering the March CPI.

The Hierarchical Oil Tankers Union of Cuyo and La Rioja participated in the meeting; the Hierarchical Oil Tankers Union of Salta, Jujuy and Formosa; the Hierarchical Oil Tankers Union of Neuquén and Río Negro; the Hierarchical Oil Tankers Union of Southern Patagonia; the Private Oil Tankers Union of Río Negro, Neuquén and La Pampa; the Santa Cruz Private Oil Tankers Union; the Chubut Private Oil Tankers Union; and the Argentine Federation of Oil, Gas and Biofuels Unions. The Chamber of Hydrocarbon Exploration and Production (CEPH) and the Chamber of Special Oil Operations Companies (CEOPE) will also participate.

Source: Ambito

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