Lithuania Post announces series of salary increases

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State-owned postal operator Lithuania Post has announced that it will increase the salaries paid to approximately 1,500 employees in multiple divisions including delivery workers, postmasters, customer service specialists and sales managers of PayPost financial service outlets.

Over the last two years the Lithuania Post workers’ salary fund has increased by more than €2.5m (US$2.8m), with €1.5m (US$1.7m) to be allocated to the lowest paid roles at the post and an additional €850,000 (US$956,000) allocated to postal employees working in Lithuanian cities.

Lina Minderien?, CEO of Lithuania Post, said, “An employee who feels socially secure, is pleased with working conditions, and feels the satisfaction of his/her work and professional activities brings added value to the company.

“Together with trade unions, we have entered into a collective agreement, which states that in order to improve working conditions and promote employees’ motivation, workers’ salaries shall be revised, and in the case of favorable financial possibilities, shall be increased.

“We wish to ensure a competitive salary for our employees, therefore, taking into account the changes in the labor market in urban areas, salaries will be increased exclusively for postal workers in cities. It is very important that the company continues to meet the goals, and then, with good financial results and the shareholder’s approval, we can look into salaries of other employee positions during the first half of next year.”

Regina Dvaržeckyt?, chairwoman of the Lithuanian Communication Workers Trade Union, said, “Only appreciating employees and listening to their voice can guarantee an effective and successful working relationship in the company. We are pleased that Lithuania Post has shared the fruits of good financial results with employees – the fact that salaries have increased for the second year in a row proves it.”

September 27, 2016

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