The Government proposes to raise the minimum wage to 996 euros with retroactive effect since January 1, 2022

The Government has proposed this Monday to the employer and the unions approve a rise of 3.2% in the minimum interprofessional salary, which would go from 965 e

The Government proposes to raise the minimum wage to 996 euros with retroactive effect since January 1, 2022

The Government has proposed this Monday to the employer and the unions approve a rise of 3.2% in the minimum interprofessional salary, which would go from 965 euros in fourteen pay (13,510 euros per year) in which it is situated since September 1 Up to 996 euros (13,944 euros per year).

The increase would enter into force with retroactive effect since January 1, 2022, according to the Yolanda Diaz ministry to social agents.

If this rise is carried out, the Government of Pedro Sánchez will accumulate an increase of 35.3% in the SMI since 2018: in 2019 it came up from 735.9 euros to 900 euros, by 2020 to 950 euros and in September of 2021 it raised it up to 965 euros.

The minister has explained that, in line with what the group of experts recommended that she was to raise the SMI, her goal was to increase it in a fork between 22 and 40 euros, which assumes that the SMI could arrive this year at 987 or 1,005 euros, which leaves an average rise of 996 euros.

The proposal, very aligned with the 1,000 euros of SMI that asked UGT and CCOO, will be analyzed by social agents, although to approve this increase, the Agreement in social dialogue is not necessary, as recalled by the Minister. The government should only consult and be interested in your opinion, but you can legislate without agree.

"We'll see if the decision ends up with a biparty agreement, but the important thing is that there is social dialogue," said the Minister, who has summoned them for next Wednesday with the aim of taking the measure as soon as possible.

Díaz has indicated that an increase in SMI can affect more than two million workers in the country and that there is no better way to fight against labor poverty than the SMI, "a very important tool for the most vulnerable workers and because it serves to Upload salaries in general. "

"As has been proven against the agore voices, it is a tool that improves the economy as a whole," he said.

Date Of Update: 07 February 2022, 07:29

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