Czech Republic - Higher minimum wage agreed - October 31, 2016

The three parties in government have agreed to rise the country’s monthly minimum wage from the current 9,900 to 11,000 crowns (around 400 euro). This increase is aimed at improving the pay for around 115,000 workers. Earlier on, trade union leaders had called for an increase in 2017 of minimum wages in the private sector to 11,500 crowns (425 euro) a month.

English: http://radio.cz/en/section/curraffrs/government-agrees-on-minimum-wage ... 

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