GO announces increased salaries, other benefits for employees

GO has announced it will be increasing salaries across the organisation and introducing enhanced provisions for flexible working

25 June 2017, 11:21am
The new collective agreement was signed by GO’s Chief Executive Officer, Attila Keszég, GO’s chief human resources officer, Ayrton Caruana and David Darmanin, secretary of the technology, electronics and communications section within the GWU
The new collective agreement was signed by GO’s Chief Executive Officer, Attila Keszég, GO’s chief human resources officer, Ayrton Caruana and David Darmanin, secretary of the technology, electronics and communications section within the GWU
GO plc has announced increased salaries across the entire organisation, and introduced or improved numerous other employee benefits.

“GO prides itself on taking care of its employees. We do this not only by paying competitive salaries and offering a caring and flexible working environment but also through decades of continuous investment in developing talent which changes the lives and futures of our people and ultimately our customers,” GO’s chief human resources officer, Ayrton Caruana, said.

The new conditions, including enhanced provisions for flexible working and long-term sickness, have also been formalised in a new collective agreement which GO has signed with the General Workers’ Union.

“The considerable improvements which we have introduced in recent years, and other new initiatives, through which human resources processes have also been simplified and aligned, have now also been incorporated into the new collective agreement with the GWU,” Caruana added.

On his part, David Darmanin, secretary of the technology, electronics and communications section within the GWU, said that GO has always been a progressive employer, offering good working conditions and opportunities.

“Thanks to this new agreement, employees now also have the added security and stability, as well as the opportunity, to look forward with optimism and determination to achieving greater success for themselves and for GO.”

The new collective agreement was signed by GO’s Chief Executive Officer, Attila Keszég, Caruana and Darmanin.

The agreement was witnessed by the Senior Management team representatives within GO’s Human Resources department and GWU shop stewards from across different teams with GO.