In Krivoy Rog metallurgical plant workers strike was made to increase salaries

In Krivoy Rog metallurgical plant workers strike was made to increase salaries

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New salaries employees will receive in June.

The largest metallurgical plant in Ukraine PJSC “ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih” has raised salaries by up to 25% after their strike.

This was reported by the press service of the company.

As noted, the General Director of the company has already signed a decree on increasing salaries from may 1, 2018. Thus, we have changed the order of 8 may.

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This decision was made after negotiations of the General Director with the Union. Specialists of the Department staff counted the salaries for gradm to focus on the primary profession. “The average increase amounted to 25%,” – said in the enterprise.

Noted, employees of the plant will introduce a new salary at the beginning of June, and this month they will receive higher wages.

We will remind, on may 17, employees of the railway Department of “ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih” went on strike, demanding higher wages and proper working conditions. Because of this, the plant was paralyzed. Before the plant was vyvedenie down half of the converters, and afterwards there was a failed launch of one of the blast furnaces after the overhaul.

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TSN. 16:45

April 18, 17:19

  • strike
  • Krivoy Rog
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