The Ministry of National Education on Monday (January 13th) announced to union organizations its intention to devote 500 million euros to teachers' salary increases from 2021, intended to offset the effects of the future pension reform, said the entourage of Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer.
This budget envelope was presented at the opening of negotiations on the subject, which must be staggered until Thursday, then resume at the end of January, to lead before the summer to a law for the programming of salary increases. Salary increases will begin in January 2021. "The Minister undertook to organize a conference each year to measure the progress year after year in human resources management", We learned in his entourage.
The ministry presented the unions with a work schedule. A first phase of consultation will take place first with, at the end of January, "prospects for the first measures for the 2021 budget.It will be followed by a consultation phase from January to the end of March, then by a negotiation phase, with a view to the programming bill. Up to now, progressive budget increases of around 400 to 500 million euros have been mentioned, which should reach 10 billion per year by 2037.
It remains to be seen how these revaluations will translate concretely on the teachers' pay slips. The increases will not be the same for “teachers” at the start or mid-career, or for those born after 1975, therefore concerned by the pension reform, and the others.
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