JAU, Juko and KT have reached an agreement on how the centralised arrangement instalment which will enter into force in October will be distributed in the health and social services sector agreement. A general raise will be paid.
The main contracting organisations JAU (JHL and Jyty), JUKO and Local County and Government Employers KT have reached an agreement on paying the health and social services sector agreement’s (SOTE agreement’s) centralised arrangement instalment. The centralised instalment will be paid as a general raise.
The size of the instalment is 0.5%. Job-specific wages and personal wage components will be increased as of 1 October 2022 by 0.5 per cent.
In addition, the minimum wage of the agreement and the basic wages of the pay appendices will be increased by 0.5 per cent.
The three-year collective agreement concluded in June stipulates on pay raises which entered into force as of 1 June. The size of the general raise was EUR 46 or 2.0 per cent. In addition, the minimum level of the 2023 and 2024 pay raises was agreed on.
Furthermore, a separate pay regime was agreed on. It is a separate regime the raises of which will be paid in 2023−2027 in addition to annual pay raises. The pay regime’s raises are five per cent in total.
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