Czech Republic -Pay rise for state employees -July 28, 2014

The prime minister announced that a deal had been reached and that the wages of all state employees will increase by at least 3.5% from January 2015.

The prime minister announced that a deal had been reached and that the wages of all state employees will increase by at least 3.5% from January 2015. The government is scheduled to discuss wages with social partners on 4 September. The Czech-Moravian Confederation of Trade Unions (ČMKOS) threatened earlier to call a strike if state employees would not get a pay rise.

English: http://eu.cianews.cz/english-news/tripartity-agrees-on-growth-in-wages ...  

 

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