Negotiated wage rate growth index
The Quebec Labour Secretariat systematically monitors the wage clauses included in collective agreements whose minimum bargaining unit size is 50 employees in the case of white-collar workers and 100 employees in the case of blue-collar workers. The wage growth rate is measured for the modal employment in each collective agreement, that is, the job where the largest proportion of the target workforce is found. Purpose: To monitor wage growth trends in organizations with a collective agreement
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