Austrian Post gives employees a pay rise

Austrian Post has announced that its employees are to receive a 2.05% pay increase. An agreement was struck after several weeks of talks, the operator confirmed.

“The salary negotiations for the employees of Austrian Post have been successfully concluded,” a spokesperson said.

Employees will receive a pay increase of 2.05% (or at least EUR 43 monthly) from July, valid until the end of June 2012.

The wage hike applies to employees encompassed in the collective wage agreement, as well as civil servants and special contract employees.

Ancillary and fringe benefits, when applicable, were also raised by 2.05%, the company added.

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