This agreement, which was signed during the meeting of the High Commission for Social Dialogue chaired by Head of Government Aziz Akhannouch, includes a set of mutual commitments, including raising the minimum wage in the industry, trade and services sectors by 10% over two years.
It stipulates raising the minimum wage in the public sector to 3,500 dirhams net, in addition to abolishing scale 7 for civil servants belonging to the categories of administrative assistants and technical assistants.
It further provides for increasing the promotion quota in the grade from 33% to 36%, and increasing the value of family compensation for the fourth, fifth and sixth children in the public and private sectors.
The agreement covering the period 2022 and 2024 was signed by Akhannouch, CGEM President Chakib Laalj, Moroccan Labor Union (UMT) Secretary General Miloudi Moukharik, and General Union of Moroccan Workers (UGTM) Secretary General Naama Mayara.
It was also signed by Democratic Confederation of Labour (CDT) Representatives Khalid Alami Houir and Bouchta Boukhalfa, and the President of the Moroccan Confederation of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mohamed Ammouri, said a statement from the Department of the Head of Government.
This agreement goes in line with the implementation by the Kingdom of the axes of the New Development Model whose effective kickoff was given by His Majesty King Mohammed VI, the statement added