Lithuania -Social partners in favour of increased minimum wage -April 25, 2012

During a trilateral council meeting at the Ministry of Social Security and Labour the president of the Lithuanian Trade Union Confederation (LPSK) brought to the fore that the government proposals do not correspond with the expectations of both the trade unions and the employers. If the government does not approve an increased minimum monthly wage up to LTL 900 (€258), trade unions are planning to sign a joint agreement with businessmen on increasing the wage up to that amount.



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