The agreement is expected to have a knock-on effect for the forthcoming tariff negotiations at other sectors. Speaking to Swedish Radio news, union representative Cecilia Fahlberg said she was satisfied with the deal. “Each and every member will benefit from the pay rise”, Fahlberg added. Anders Weihe, one of the employers’ representatives, called the agreement “a reasonable deal at the upper edge of the European norm”.
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