Employees of Jaguar in Nitra will get higher salaries and bonuses

The carmaker made a deal with trade unions on improving working conditions.

(Source: SITA)

The employees of Nitra-based carmaker, Jaguar Land Rover Slovakia, are to see a salary increase.

The overall monthly salary of employees in production will start at €1,118, which is the basic salary after a probationary period, and may be as high as €1,969 from October.

Moreover, their tariff salary will gradually grow during the next 37 months, while various bonuses, such as a bonus for working overtime and at weekends, will rise as well.

This stems from a new collective agreement on which the representatives of the car-maker and the local trade unions agreed. It became valid on October 1, 2019, and will expire on October 31, 2022, the SITA newswire reported.

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