The CEOE and Cepyme business organizations, the CCOO and UGT unions and the Ministry of Labor agreed on Wednesday, January 22, an increase in the minimum interprofessional salary (SMI) to 950 euros per month.
The agreement was reached during the meeting attended by the Minister of Labor, Yolanda Díaz; CEOE CEO Antonio Garamendi; that of Cepyme, Gerardo Cuerva; and the general secretaries of CCOO and UGT, Unai Sordo and Pepe Álvarez, respectively.

At the end of the meeting, the CEO of CEOE valued social dialogue as a mechanism to combine the interests of the parties. Thus, the rise of the SMI by 5.5%, up to 950 euros, is below the figure of 1,000 euros per month that was initially raised.

The CEOE CEO insisted, on the other hand, that the Government should look for mechanisms to lessen the impact of the new rise of the SMI on employment in the agricultural sector, one of which will most notice it, and urged to urgently comply with the commitment made to repeal the de-indexation of public contracts of the SMI.

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