Slovenia - Government announces minimum wage increase - January 14, 2010

On 14 January, the government discussed the drafting of a minimum wage act and negotiations to sign a social agreement for 2010. It decided to agree upon an increase of the statutory minimum wage, as demanded for quite some time by the unions. On 31 January the ministers will finalise the texts of the Minimum Wage Act, including the exact wage increase, and adopt positions on different proposals of the social partners regarding the development of the labour market which may lead to a social agreement, as well as a basis for future statutory changes pertaining to areas covered by the agreement.

English: http://www.vlada.si/en/news/press_releases/press_release/article/5/7269/ ...

 

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