Service station workers get a retroactive 5% pay increase for 2022

And 2% for each of the years 2023 and 2024.

Service station workers get a retroactive 5% pay increase for 2022

And 2% for each of the years 2023 and 2024


The new state collective agreement for service stations, which affects 50,000 workers throughout the country, includes a 5% wage increase for 2022, retroactive to January 1 of this year, as well as an increase for 2023 and 2024 of 2% for each of the years.

This has been reported by CC.OO. of Industry, which this week signed the new agreement, which will also incorporate a guarantee clause for the real CPI each year and economic improvements in bonuses and supplements (holiday plus, transport plus, currency breakdown or night shift) and updates to retirement premiums anticipated.

Another of the outstanding aspects of the new agreement is that it extends the functional scope to service stations with all types of vehicle supplies, not only fuels and liquid fuels, thus adapting to the future of electric stations or hydrogen stations, also incorporating indefinite ultra-activity, which which guarantees its validity beyond the temporary until there is a new one to replace it, in line with the labor reform.

In terms of reconciliation, the wording of paid leave is improved so that the calculation begins on a working day, and it is facilitated that the use of these can be used discontinuously by the workers. It also includes the possibility of taking a voluntary leave of absence of one month without the need to justify the cause with the right to reserve the position and automatic reentry.

The agreement includes other improvements in matters such as equality, registration of working hours, new technologies and training, among others, and establishes that work commissions will be created with the aim of addressing the new challenges in terms of professional classification and hiring.

The state collective agreement for service stations affects more than 50,000 employees who work in more than 5,000 companies with some 12,000 points of sale or service stations.