Estonia - Lower pay for seasonal workers - November 30, 2016

The Constitutional Committee unanimously supported adding a provision to the bill of amendments to the Aliens Act which would allow businesses to pay less than the average wage to seasonal workers coming from third countries. The Constitutional Committee also unanimously supported amending a bill of amendments to the Aliens Act, the Citizen of the EU Act and the Identity Documents Act, initiated by the government, by adding a clause according to which aliens issued a temporary residence permit for enterprise as big investors would be excluded from the immigration quota.

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