Annual Wage Increases: Details of the industry wage increases effective from 1 July 2015

SEIFSA is pleased to announce that the industry’s annual wage increases effective from 1 July 2015 have been finalised in accordance with the wage model agreed with the trade unions in 2014. The increases range from 7.5% at Rate A to 10% at Rate H.  The wage increases detailed in the attached management brief must be implemented by all companies from 1 July 2015.

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