Liechtenstein - Bargaining results for the year 2018 - December 31, 2017

Trade union LANV published a handsome overview of the bargaining results for the year 2018. The list of sectoral agreements reveals that the general tendency is a modest 0.5% wage increase, with an improvement of the minimum wage and a nominal increase of at least 100 Swiss Francs. In most branches, the minimum wage for unskilled workers is now set at 3,300 Swiss Francs (2810 euro). Also improved are the parental leave and holidays. The union still has serious difficulties to get a decent agreement in hospitality and in the hairdresser branches.

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