Croatia - Union worried about lack of wage growth - March 31, 2017

The federation of independent trade unions commented the outcome of the wage data research published by the ETUC/ETUI (see elsewhere in this Newsletter). Although the country’s GDP is growing substantially faster than in recent years, workers still have lower wages than 8 years ago. According to the union, it is high time that workers receive higher wages. An increasing share of workers is trapped in jobs with atypical contracts and low income. They are at risk of poverty even though they are employed.

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