Employment – More salary with a collective agreement – Economy

Employees with a collective agreement earn up to 50 percent more than without a collective agreement. This emerges from the federal government’s response to a request from the Greens. According to this, the average gross hourly wage in the manufacturing sector was just under 27 euros full-time with the employer’s collective agreement, but just under 18 euros without such a deposit. In agriculture and forestry, industry and services, it is 22 euros with collective agreements and a little less than 17 euros without, in social and health services respectively 21 and 16 euros. For trade and car maintenance and repair, it is respectively 19 and 16 euros. Thus, contracted employees earn 800 to 1,200 euros gross more per month, depending on the sector. In its response, the government quotes the Federal Statistical Office and cites the 2018 values ​​as the most recent figures.

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