Published: March 23 2023
Postal workers from 19 different counties in Hungary have submitted a petition requesting increased pay and the commencement of meaningful negotiations to the CEO of Magyar Posta. The workers' unions highlight the fact that no agreement has yet been made regarding salaries, despite it already being March. Half of the workers are being paid only the minimum wage, including those with several decades of experience. The Post Workers' Union emphasizes that an increase in wages should be acceptable up until 2023 to preserve the real value of wages for postal workers.
- Postal workers in Hungary are urging for meaningful negotiations on pay via petition.
- The workers demand an acceptable pay increase so that wages remain competitive until 2023.
- Many skilled workers in the industry earn only minimum wage, which is unsustainable for the sector as a whole.
- The Post Workers' Union wants to expedite the wage negotiations to ensure that the increase in pay is paid retroactively as of January 1st.
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