Accordingly, wages and salaries are to rise by 5.2 percent as of June 1 of the coming year, eleven months later by a further 3.3 percent. In addition, the employees receive a one-off payment of 3,000 euros that is free of taxes and duties. The term is 24 months. This is a noticeable relief, said IG Metall negotiator Irene Schulz. "Thus, the collective bargaining policy in Saxony supports purchasing power and the economy."
Saxony: Saxony takes over the pilot degree for metalworkers
Dresden (dpa/sn) - IG Metall and the Saxon employers' association VSME are taking over the pilot degree from Baden-Württemberg for the metal and electrical industry in the Free State.