The 3.7 million workers in the German metal and electrical industry get from 1 April 2015, 3.4 percent more money and in March a one-time payment of 150 euros. In addition, the metal unions agreed on Tuesday morning in Böblingen near Stuttgart to improve the teaching part-time and a more attractive funding partial retirement for lower pay grades.
The union had demanded 5.5 percent more money. Südwestmetall had originally offered 2.2 percent more in wages and salaries. In addition, the association wanted to halve the current age part-time rate of four per cent of the workforce. This fended off the IG Metall and sat through that those with lower incomes will in future receive about 90 percent of their previous net earnings during retirement. The demand for subsidized by employers in further training time is realized to the extent that companies can assist with funding from the age part-time training Willige.
The IG Metall had exercised a warning strike wave pressure on employers. The work stoppages took in late January nationwide about 850,000 metallers from about 3800 farms in part.
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