The workers of the public sector and the Executive, signed last Thursday, June 30, the state centralized collective agreement 2022-2023, where economic improvements are agreed for those who are under the regimes 276, 728, CAS, civil serviceand special penitentiary and diplomatic careers.
According to the signed document, economic improvements were agreed for workers amounting to S/ 830 million, of which S/ 514 million will be used for salary increases that will take effect from January 2023 (S/ 222.7 simple average monthly for those in regime 276 and S/ 840 per year for other public servants). While the other S/ 316 million will be for the delivery of a bonus of S / 550 in December of this year.
Likewise, it is specified that the total monthly income of each public servant must not exceed the amount of S/ 15,600, in accordance with current regulations.
Another agreement reached between the government and public sector workers is that a Bipartisan Working Group that will evaluate the creation of a consultative space on public employment, in which labor problems, equality, compliance with labor regulations, ratification of ILO conventions, among others, would be addressed.
It was also agreed to coordinate so that a Telework Law is generated in the public sector. As well as allow union licenses with benefits for the Boards of Directors of Confederations and Federations.
It should be noted that this first signed agreement may be supplemented with what was agreed at the decentralized level, provided that no matter agreed upon at the centralized level is repeated. In addition, special careers in health and education negotiate at the sectoral level.
It is worth specifying that all agreements with economic impact are framed in the state financial capacity and respect the budgetary order.