Croatia - Retail chain improves pay - December 31, 2017

Retailer Istarski Supermaketi, the largest supermarket chain in Istria has announced an 25% increase of the average wages. The increase applies from 1 January 2018. According to the company, motivated workers are key for a successful business, ‘investing in people is always worth’. The management argues that, with employees in the shop being in touch with the customer, the abilities and satisfaction of the workforce is a crucial prerequisite for a flourishing company in the long-term.   

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