AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Dutch unions said on Sunday they had reached an agreement with NS Railways to increase workers’ wages by an average of nine times. 25% 18 months, ending a long wage dispute. Already planned for this week.
Average wages for state-owned NS will increase retrospectively by 5.8% from July and by 3. 45 Union FNV Spoor said January’s percentage2023.
The union said they also agreed on a minimum wage of 14 euros per hour and employees would receive two additional 1. Euro ($1,). The company has 38, 600 employees, as of 38.