a salary agreement “signed unanimously” between EDF management and the unions

a salary agreement “signed unanimously” between EDF management and the unions

The strike that had lasted for several weeks in the nuclear power stations has ended. A wage agreement was “signed unanimously” Thursday, October 27 at the end of the consultations within the four representative unions, namely the CGT, FO, the CFDT and the CFE-CGC, announced the management of EDF to Agence France-Presse.

Taking into account the branch agreement on increases in the electricity and gas industries (IEG) signed on October 17, employees will benefit in 2023 from a total revaluation of 4.6% (2.3% under the branch agreement and 2.3% under the EDF agreement). This measure will be supplemented by individual increases of an average of 2.45%, based on individual performance, together with an exceptional bonus of 2,600 euros gross.

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The wage agreement reached last Friday made it possible to loosen the noose on the social movement which had spread oil in the nuclear fleet for several weeks, and which still affected, just before the end of the negotiations, 12 out of 18 power stations. electricity production and led to delays in the work schedule for the nuclear fleet, rekindling concerns about possible shortages this winter, in the midst of the European energy crisis. The last central still on strike for wages at the start of the week, that of Dampierre (Loiret), stopped the movement on Wednesday, according to the CGT.

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