Public sector workers want 20% salary rise
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The representatives of the government, employees, and local governments did not reach any meaningful results at the first post-election meeting of the National Public Service Interest Conciliation Council (OKÉT) on June 6, writes hrportal.hu.
As compensation for high inflation, civil service workers expect a graduated minimum wage and an immediate 20% salary increase, but according to the cabinet, the situation is too challenging, left-leaning daily Népszava reports.
A quarter of the employees of budget institutions only receive a salary increase due to the rise in the central minimum wage and the guaranteed minimum wage.
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