Romania - Wage development documented - August 31, 2016

The average net salary went up to RON 2,078 in June 2016 (460 euro), an increase of 0.7% compared to the previous month, according to data from the National Statistics Institute (INS). As compared to June 2015, the average net nominal earnings increased by 14.3%. The real earnings index, in relation with the same period of previous year was 115.1%. According to HR company Smartree, the wages of workers in the private sector went up by an average 10% in the first half of 2016, compared to the same period in 2015. The bonuses received by employees also went up by 16% year-on-year. Extra-salary benefits became more common among companies in the first six month of the year, both the monthly ones, such as food vouchers, medical or gym subscriptions, as well as occasional benefits, such as gift vouchers, premiums on various occasions. Meanwhile, the job vacancy rate decreased, according to the latest INS press release.

English: http://www.romania-insider.com/average-net-salary-goes-slightly …

http://www.romania-insider.com/wages-private-sector-increase-romania-2016/

Press releases: http://www.insse.ro/cms …

http://www.insse.ro/cms/sites …  

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