Merkur employees with a new collective agreement up to significantly higher basic salaries

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Mercury has entered into a new collective agreement with both representative unions under which the average basic salary for typical sales jobs will be increased by 26 percent, and in logistics by 23110444 percent, the company said.

As the company wrote, it will have a higher basic salary percent of all employees, but the percentage is even higher in sales and logistics 95 percent. Mercury employs more than 1400 workers. In addition to the collective agreement, the management of the company with the representative unions also signed a social agreement.

The new corporate collective agreement and social agreement provide us with a solid foundation for future business. and the stability of the company, but also the starting point for further growth based on the professionalism and motivation of the employees, ” General Manager Blaz Pesjak

summarized in Merkur.

The chairman of the Merkur Group Trade Union Mateja Tavčar is expressed satisfaction that the constructive dialogue with management on a new salary model in the company, which had been held for several months at regular meetings, had resulted in the signing and signing of both documents.

“We have agreed on a new salary model, including a higher basic salary, which was first paid these days, which is crucial for employees. On average, salaries for employees will increase significantly, but it is very important for us that the basic salaries of employees are not lower than the minimum wage, ” added Tavchar's .

President of the Free Trade Union Mercury Ales Gostysh pointed out that they had also agreed with the management on a higher food allowance of five euros a day and set this year's allowance at 1050 net. Mercury's Director of Personnel, Law and General Services Sanda Goles is convinced that the signature of both documents ) “Is also a reflection of the efforts and commitment of all employees of the company.”