The arrears corresponding to the productivity derived from the salary equalization will be paid in the payroll of the month of July

This announcement was made at the plenary session of the Civil Guard Council held today

This is the first ordinary meeting of this body so far this year, since the one scheduled for March had to be canceled by the State of Alarm

During this day, the first ordinary meeting of the Plenary of the Council of the Civil Guard was held in the present year 2020, since the one scheduled for March could not be held by the State of Alarm. Yes, an extraordinary event took place on May 1, dedicated monographically to the affectation and measures related to the covid- 19. The Council, made up of representatives of the Administration and of the representative Professional Associations, deals with issues related to improving the professional conditions of the civil guards. It has been chaired by the Director General of the Civil Guard, María Gámez.

One of the issues that have been discussed has been the announcement by the General Directorate that the arrears corresponding to the concept of productivity derived from wage equalization will be paid on the next payroll in July.
With regard to the third section of the salary equalization process, the Director General has highlighted that it is great news that the necessary budget can be had to tackle this third section, especially taking into account the situation derived from the pandemic, where there are a priority to attend to the most vulnerable groups that are being affected economically and, therefore, a great effort has been made to guarantee the agreed amount for this third section, which was a just vindication.
María Gámez has also made reference to the fact that after these months of State of Alarm and after the constitution of the Government after the elections after remaining in office, issues that are transcendental for the future of the Civil Guard will be able to be addressed more calmly , especially in the regulatory field: working hours and hours, performance incentives, templates, advice and rights of representatives, among others. To do this, it has indicated that the necessary working groups to tackle it will be resumed in September.
The reports on Personnel Policy and the Absenteeism and Claims Report, as well as the activities related to the permanent commission of occupational risks, have been exposed as usual.
A summary of the Activities Report of the Civil Guard Council during 2019 has also been made, of which 4 ordinary and one extraordinary session of the Plenary were held, 35 meetings of the working groups and more than 6,300 proposals have been attended, triple than in 2018.
The Professional Associations have raised, during the more than 6 hours that the Plenary has lasted, numerous questions related to improvements in the jobs of corporal and sergeant, the qualifications required to enter the Corps, the improvement of the endowment in the services of occupational risks, the provision of destinations, public employment offer, etc.
In addition, during this plenary session two representatives of AUGC, Alberto Moya and Juan Liébana, have announced that they are no longer members of the Council. The Director-General has thanked them both for their work in this body for years as representatives of their association, as well as for their constructive spirit and wished them the best of luck in their destinies.


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