Deutsche Bahn will increase the salaries of employees by 12% in return for the end of the strikes 25.05.2023, 19:54

Railway company Deutsche Bahn has offered its employees a 12% salary increase, as well as a separate payment of €2,850, to mitigate the effects of rising inflation and prevent strikes. In this respect Wrote Agency TASS, referring to the press service of the company.

Salaries will increase “within 24 months,” as stated in the organization. Wages will be increased by 12 percent for low-paid workers, and 8-10 percent for those with higher wage rates.

The German union EVG, which has previously held strikes, promised to comment on the proposal next week and has rejected any strikes until then.

In the second half of April, the agency TASS referred to the press service of the Deutsche Bahn concern. WroteIn Germany, the movement of long-distance trains was stopped due to the strike of railway workers.

In the first half of March, Spiegel magazine, citing sources reported After the German railway company Deutsche Bahn refused to deliver free humanitarian cargo to Ukraine this year.

Source: Gazeta


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