Serbia - Unions want higher minimum wage - August 31, 2016

The government, employers and several unions are negotiating a new minimum wage level, but the proposed rise has already been described by one independent union as an ‘insult’. The minimum monthly wage is currently set at 21,050 dinars (174 euro) – among the lowest in the Balkan region, and also in Europe. The employers’ association stated that a realistic rise should be six RSD per hour (four euro cents).

English: http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/minimal-rise-of-wages-for-workers … 

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