Czech Republic - Half of the workforce will receive 13th month - December 31, 2017

A total of 47% of firms plan to pay out a 13th wage or a reward in a similar amount to their workers in 2017. The Chamber of Commerce of the Czech Republic (HKČR) estimates that an average reward could reach CZK 30,000 (1165 euro). Similar benefits were provided by two fifths of firms (39%) in 2016. The rewards will be paid most prominently in construction (61%) and the manufacturing industry (54%).

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