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NÚSZ management, union sign wage deal

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The management and union of state-owned toll company NÚSZ signed an agreement on Wednesday that will raise base salaries by 15% over three years, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

CEO Tamás Bartal said base pay would rise by 4% from July 1, by 7% in 2022 and by 4% in 2023, based on performance.

Union leader Ferenc Tasnádi acknowledged that NÚSZ jobs had been preserved during the coronavirus pandemic.

NÚSZ's headcount stood at 635 last year, public records show.

The government recently reached an umbrella agreement on a 15%, three-year wage rise at state-owned service providers.

State-owned railway company MÁV has reached a deal to pay its 55,000 employees an extra HUF 200,000 in 2021, then raise wages by 10% in 2022 and 5% in 2023.

State-owned postal company Magyar Posta has agreed to raise pay by 4% in 2021, 9% in 2022, and 2% in 2023. The company also decided to raise non-wage benefits to gross HUF 300,000 in 2021 and give workers who get their COVID jabs two days of paid leave.

Magyar Posta's headcount was over 27,500 last year, public records show.

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