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What are the minimum wages subject to the CBA Staff Leasing (P-GAV)?
What are the minimum wages subject to the CBA Staff Leasing (P-GAV)?

In this article, you will find out which minimum wages apply based on the CBA Staff Leasing (P-GAV).

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Below, you'll find the current minimum wages. Cantonal minimum wages override these provisions if they are higher than the minimum wages of the CBA Staff Leasing (P-GAV). This is the case in the canton of Geneva (for unskilled workers).

The hourly wages listed in the table include the supplements according to the CBA Staff Leasing for holidays (8.33% or 10.60%, depending on age), public holidays (3.20%) and the 13th month's wage (8.33%). A detailed overview of all individual components can be found in the contract text of the CBA Staff Leasing 2024-2027.

The definitions of wage classes (unskilled, with professional experience, skilled) and wage areas (normal wage regions, high wage regions, Ticino) are taken directly from the CBA Staff Leasing.


2024

Valid from 01 March 2024

Minimum wages for workers up to 19 years of age and over 50 years of age

Hourly wage incl. holiday supplement (10.60%, equivalent to 25 working days), public holidays (3.20%) and 13th month's wage (8.33%). Appendix 2 of the CBA Staff Leasing explains the calculation of these supplements in detail.

Normal wage regions

High-wage regions

Ticino

All other cantons

Cantons of ZH, BS, BL, GE, agglomeration of Berne and the Arc Lémanique

Canton Ticino

Unskilled

25.41

26.80 (ZH, BS, BL, Agglomeration Bern, Arc Lémanique)

27.76 (Geneva)

22.83

With professional experience

27.22

29.08

25.32

Skilled

30.95

33.05

28.77

Minimum wages for workers between 20-49 years of age

Hourly wage incl. holiday supplement (8.33%, equivalent to 20 working days), public holidays (3.20%) and 13th month's wage (8.33%). Appendix 2 of the CBA Staff Leasing explains the calculation of these supplements in detail.

Normal wage regions

High-wage regions

Ticino

All other cantons

Cantons of ZH, BS, BL, GE, agglomeration of Berne and the Arc Lémanique

Canton Ticino

Unskilled

24.89

26.25 (ZH, BS, BL, Agglomeration Bern, Arc Lémanique)

27.19 (Geneva)

22.36

With professional experience

26.66

28.48

24.80

Skilled

30.31

32.38

28.18


2023

Valid until 29 February 2024

Minimum wages for workers up to 19 years of age and over 50 years of age

Hourly wage incl. holiday supplement (10.60%, equivalent to 25 working days), public holidays (3.20%) and 13th month's wage (8.33%). Appendix 2 of the CBA Staff Leasing explains the calculation of these supplements in detail.

Normal wage regions

High-wage regions

Ticino

All other cantons

Cantons of ZH, BS, BL, GE, agglomeration of Berne and the Arc Lémanique

Canton Ticino

Unskilled

24.63

25.99 (ZH, BS, BL, Agglomeration Bern, Arc Lémanique)

27.76 (Geneva)

22.26

With professional experience

26.38

28.18

24.55

Skilled

29.99

32.02

27.88

Minimum wages for workers between 20-49 years of age

Hourly wage incl. holiday supplement (8.33%, equivalent to 20 working days), public holidays (3.20%) and 13th month's wage (8.33%). Appendix 2 of the CBA Staff Leasing explains the calculation of these supplements in detail.

Normal wage regions

High-wage regions

Ticino

All other cantons

Cantons of ZH, BS, BL, GE, agglomeration of Berne and the Arc Lémanique

Canton Ticino

Unskilled

24.12

25.46 (ZH, BS, BL, Agglomeration Bern, Arc Lémanique)

27.19 (Geneva)

21.81

With professional experience

25.84

27.60

24.05

Skilled

29.37

31.37

27.31

Here you will find more information on the recommended wages.

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