Spain: Oficemen and unions sign wage agreement with government

Spain: Oficemen and unions sign wage agreement with government
Published: 17 January 2014

Tagged Under: Oficemen 

Spain’s cement association, Oficemen, and the country’s largest unions CCOO and UGT have sign a IV agreement with the state, setting the annual minimum wage in the cement sector at EUR18,600 for the first year of service. A normal working day represents 1752h on an annual basis.

The signing also included the renewal of the agreement, signed a decade ago, for the sustainable use of resources, environmental protection, people’s health and improving the competitive of the Spanish cement sector. Last year, the cement sector recovered energy from 792,765t of waste, representing a quarter of the industry’s calorific requirement.