H&M unions call off strike after reaching agreement with the company


CC.OO unions. The General Union of Workers canceled the strike that was under way H&MAfter agreement with the company. In a statement, the unions insisted that “after extensive negotiations at SIMA headquarters, an agreement has been reached with the company which we understand benefits the workforce.”

Among other things, the terms of the agreement include a Sales incentive For all store locations up to 50 euros per month, linked to the active presence. “This incentive will be valid until 2025, before it expires, a joint assessment will be conducted with the company to find out the conditions for the continuity of the incentive,” CCOO offers. Likewise, it guarantees additional responsibility Minimum per category (applies to Store Manager, Department Manager, Visual Merchandiser, and COR), non-compensable or absorbable, effective July 1.

Also from this day, a salary supplement for “Sales Consultants” will be launched, which will be spread out over 14 months and whose total value will be €1,000 full-time and commensurate with the day.

the 4000 workers From H&M Spain by CC.OO. And the General Union of Workers begins last Tuesday, a few days after the start of cuts, concentrations and strikes in front of shops. After the first day CC.OO. He noted that he appreciated the mobilization throughout Spain “in a very positive way”. According to his data, more than a hundred stores closed during the focus periods from the first day, and the average employee follow-up was estimated at nearly 80%.

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