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Senasa workers suspend strike after agreement is reached

The indefinite strike called for this week by the Union of Workers of the National Agricultural Health Service (Senasa) was suspended after an agreement was reached on the remuneration and economic conditions of the employees.

The general secretary of the Union, Mirna Altamirano, and the national head of Senasa, Miguel Quevedo, signed the minutes of the meeting that took place at the headquarters of the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri) in La Molina.

Among the commitments reached is the identification of activities aimed at managing the approval of a remuneration increase for the workers of the 728 Regime in order to level the loss of purchasing power due to the accumulated inflation since 2010. In addition, a monthly bonus for workers CAS of the entity, within the corresponding deadlines.

Another point was the exception of prohibitions of salary increases, bonuses, benefits, allowances, allowances, remuneration, incentives, incentives, economic compensation and concepts of any nature, whatever their form, modality, periodicity and source of financing.

Source: blueberriesconsulting.com


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