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PKP CARGO INTERNATIONAL has agreed with the unions and will add 5% to employee salaries

PKP CARGO INTERNATIONAL has agreed with the unions and will add 5% to employee salaries
photo: PKP CARGO INTERNATIONAL/PKP CARGO INTERNATIONAL has agreed with the unions and will add 5% to employee salaries
29 / 12 / 2021

PKP CARGO INTERNATIONAL from the PKP CARGO group successfully concluded collective bargaining with trade unions before Christmas, and the new Collective Agreement got signed for 2022 - 2025. Among other things, the company and trade unions agreed that tariff salaries will get increased by 5 % compared to their amount this year and in subsequent years of the Collective Agreement by at least 2%.

"The joint agreement and the signing of the Collective Agreement between the union representatives and the employer thus creates a precondition for the stabilization of employees, and their motivation for further professional and responsible work which we value very much and the fulfillment of our common goals in the future.

I want to thank the team from the employer who took part in the negotiations and participated in the preparation of the new Collective Agreement. At the same time, I thank the representatives of the trade unions for their approach to collective bargaining, understanding the typically difficult situation on the transport market, and finding mutual agreement, " says Dariusz Seliga, Chairman of the Board of PKP CARGO INTERNATIONAL.

Under the signed Collective Agreement for the years 2022 - 2025, both parties agreed, among other things, that hourly and monthly wage tariffs for the company employees will increase by 5% in 2022 compared to 2021. The new Collective Agreement guarantees an increase in tariff wages in the next period of validity of the Collective Agreement by at least 2% annually.

"We are currently looking for train drivers, shunters, operators, and other professions, to meet the growing operational needs. We can offer you a job with a stable international company with an adequate salary and many employee benefits, such as a 13th salary and a pension or life insurance contribution, ” adds Dariusz Seliga.

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