Domestic workers agreed to a new 6% increase in November

Wednesday October 13, 2021 | 11:30 p.m.

In the framework of a new meeting of the Salary Council for Workers of Private Houses at the headquarters of the Ministry of Labor, Employment and National Social Security, a new increase was agreed for workers of Private Houses.

The joint agreement includes a 6% increase in November and will later be added between 2% and 5% in December. The annual accumulated parity (which includes from June of this year to May 2022), will reach 50%. At the meeting a new review was agreed for March 2022.

The salary increase will impact 1.5 million private house workers. The previous agreement included that non-cumulative increases of 13% would be granted in June; 12% as of September 2021; 5% from December 2021, and 12% from March 2022, with a review clause that month.

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