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Year… of civil servants in 2024: The increases they will see in their salaries

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Work has already begun on reforming both the uniform payroll in the State

By Chrysostomos Tsoufis

The New Year of 2024 will find the incomes of civil servants – the victims of government interventions to boost incomes – increased by around €900 million.

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Work has already begun on reforming both the uniform payroll in the State as well as the specialists concerning academics, judges and civil servants, which will lead to increases in their fees by €500 million from the new year.

The numbers are relentless and demonstrate the necessity of change.

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In the years 2022, an unmarried civil servant with compulsory education starts with €653 net and to reach €1000 net he must have at least 36 years of service.

If he has a secondary education degree, his first pay is €716 and it takes 24 years to reach €1000.

It takes about 12 years for a master’s degree holder to reach €1000 in salary.

We’ve already gotten a taste of what’s to come.

For 25 days now, the reform of the salaries of approximately 20,000 doctors of the ESY has been in force, which foresees increases in the basic salary, the hospital care allowance and also the position of responsibility allowance.

All these together lead to increases of €53 on average with an annual cost to the budget of €87m.

As of this year, the application of the bonus (15% on the basic salary and the position of responsibility allowance) has been piloted for the achievement of goals in the State concerning approximately 50,000 employees of the Ministries of Justice, Development, workers in the Recovery Fund.

Changes have already been made to the salaries of enlisted men, among other things, with the extension of the five-year combat period, the special compensation for night work at a cost of approximately €50 million.

Since the new year, the solidarity contribution has been a thing of the past for 500,000 civil servants.

This means a benefit of €22 per year for an employee with an annual income of €13,000, which rises to €176 for an income of €20,000 and exceeds €676 for incomes over €30,000.

On the other hand, the cost to the state budget on an annual basis exceeds €200m.

In addition, the 1% levy in favor of the Public Servants’ Welfare Fund, which was withheld every month from their salaries, is also a thing of the past.

The abolition of the levy means an annual benefit of €109 for a new recruit, €591 for a manager and €1,125 for a general manager. It concerns approximately 600,000 civil servants with an annual cost of approximately €80m.

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