Employers without a scheme for salary growth have to apply the salary table and the system described in Article 6.3 up to and including 6.11.

If you develop adequately in your job, you will be entitled to a standard increase, insofar as you have not yet reached your job final salary. A standard increase is the difference between two consecutive job salaries in the applicable salary scale.

If you do not develop adequately in your job, your employer can give a lower increase than expressed above, or no increase, resulting in a slower progression through the applicable salary scale.

If you develop more than adequately in your job, the employer can give you a higher increase than expressed above, or several increases, resulting in a faster progression through the applicable salary scale.