Wage Rise Calculator – what’s your number?
What difference would a 2.5% or a 3% or a 3.3% wage increase make to your salary over 3 years in real dollar terms? Find out here.
Right now there is a national conversation about wage growth and what a difference it makes if our annual wage increase doesn’t keep up with the cost of living.
Thank you to the nearly 2000 members who have already completed our wages survey.
If you have not yet completed the survey, have your say today!
Your wages for this year and the next 3 years is up for negotiation soon.
When we talk about percentages sometimes it doesn’t sound real. That’s why we built this calculator so that you can see what a % difference actually means to your annual salary.
If together we argue for 3.3% rather than 2.5% how much more likely are you to be able to keep up with your groceries, health insurance, electricity and fuel costs?
Together delegates want to know what you think about your wages now because soon we have to put our position to the government.
It’s union members who negotiate new agreements with the government. If your colleagues aren’t yet members ask them to join now. It matters how strong we are when we take on these big issues.
Only a strong union, with members active in their workplaces, can win better pay for public sector workers this year.
Together we win.