The general secretary of the Private Oil and Gas Union, Marcelo Rucci, demanded an increase of 70% for its members due to inflation projections for 2022. Rucci communicated this to the business chambers and today he will do the same before the Ministry of work.
“We are not wrong at all when we propose the amount that we had set, because everyone knows that inflation is going to be higher than it was last year, which ended up being more than 55%, and this 2022 is estimated to be much higher. more,” he told Radio Nacional Neuquén in statements made in the last few hours.
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Likewise, he promised to close the paritarias “as soon as possible” to rebuild the purchasing power of the workers. Rucci represents one of the most influential guilds in the Vaca Muerta area of influence.
In turn, the Argentine Federation of Commerce and Services Employees (FAECyS) defined a salary increase of 24% for the April-June quarter based on a strategy of short agreements instead of revisions with the objective of not losing against inflation. .
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The General Secretary of the Private Oil and Gas Union of Río Negro, Neuquén and La Pampa, Marcelo Rucci, demanded a 70% increase for its members based on inflation projections for 2022#partial pic.twitter.com/MNLnKD8zuf
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