The process, which started on August 1, in the collective bargaining negotiations, which concerns approximately 4 million civil servants and 2.5 million retired civil servants, continues.

The classification and negotiation of the demands of the service branches, and the pre-negotiation of the demands of the public servants in general, had entered the negotiation phase with the Public Employers’ Committee presenting the first raise offer on 14 August.

The unions, who did not find the raise offer of 14 percent in the first six months of 2024, 9 percent in the second six months, 6 percent in the first six months of 2025 and 5 percent in the second six months of 2024, called for new proposals to the Public Employers Committee.


The government offered a new raise to civil servants and civil servants

At the third meeting held on 17 August, the government revised its first proposal, offering civil servants and civil servants an increase of 15 percent in the first six months of 2024, 10 percent in the second six months, 6 percent in the first six months of 2025 and 5 in the second six months of 2025.


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Since the second proposal was not accepted by Memur-Sen, the parties will come to the table again on 22 August.

If the parties still cannot reach an agreement, an application will be made to the Public Officials Arbitration Board as of August 23. At this stage, the Board will announce its decision on the contract by the end of the month at the latest.


Memur-Sen had requested a 70 percent raise for 2024.

Memur-Sen, which is the authorized confederation at the collective bargaining desk, requested an increase of 35% in the first 3 months, 10% in the second 3 months, 15% in the third 3 months and 10% in the fourth 3 months, including the welfare share, for 2024 quarterly periods.

For 2025, the Confederation demanded a 25 percent increase in the first 6 months and a 15 percent increase in the second 6 months, including the welfare share, for six-month periods.

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