Czech Republic - Unions want higher minimum wage - September 30, 2016

Union leaders and representatives from across the country called for an increase in 2017 of minimum wages in the private sector to 11,500 crowns (425 euro) a month from the current level of 9,900 crowns (366 euro). A meeting was organised in Prague by the Czech and Moravian Confederation of Trades Union, the biggest association grouping trades unions in the country, under the overall banner End Cheap Labour.

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