EU Sources - Minimum wages and the European Social Model - March 31, 2018

The WSI 2018 report on minimum wages aims to contribute to the debate on ‘adequate minimum wages’ and the key role of minimum wages for the European Social Model by offering a comprehensive analysis of current minimum wage developments in Europe and beyond. One significant finding is that it confirms the scope for more ambitious increases in minimum wages, in particular in Germany, where the minimum wage is currently at a relatively low level in European comparison.

The report: in English …

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