Slovenia - Agreement on doctors’ pay - March 31, 2017

The government has confirmed the agreement reached after longstanding talks with the representative of the doctors and dentists about salaries. According to the scheme, settled between the Health minister and FIDES, the doctors' trade union, medical professionals could earn up to a fourth more of their base salary if they work more. The agreement came on time to avoid an announced strike, and the government has six months to submit to the Parliament the amended limitations to the Wage Act and ensure that state budget is allocated to support the measures, which the parties involved defined as a small health-system reform.

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