Italcementi, with the thirteenth month comes an extraordinary bonus of up to 1,000 euros

The company will provide the extraordinary contribution against high bills to 1,700 workers. It ranges from 1,000 euros for those with a ral under 35 thousand euros, to 500 for those with a ral over 50 thousand

Italcementi workers’ 13th month bonus will be enriched with an extraordinary bonus of up to 1,000 euros for those with a gross annual salary of less than 35,000 euros. In a letter sent to workers, CEO Roberto Callieri, explains that “a year marked by continuous internal and international tensions is coming to an end, during which we have all been and are still being called upon to face demanding challenges.” The manager refers, in particular, to “the run-up in energy costs, the uncertainties of the international context, and the almost completely vanished hope of a strong recovery after the pandemic, whose effects and impacts, moreover, we are also registering in the current year,” he continues. To the point that “inflation and high utility bills are expressions that have now entered our daily discourse, and as a company we have decided to promote an extraordinary support measure.”

So on December 20, along with the 13th monthly salary, Italcementi workers will receive an extraordinary bonus of 1,000 euros in the case of gross annual salary below 35 thousand euros, 800 euros with Ral between 35 and 50 thousand euros, and 500 euros with Ral above 50 thousand euros. The measure affects a total of about 1,700 employees, distributed in 10 cement plants, four grinding centers, 122 concrete production plants and several locations throughout the country.


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