Liechtenstein - Union formulates pay demands - September 30, 2018

In the upcoming wage negotiations trade union LANV will demand pay rises between 1 and 2.5%. Depending on the industry, wages should be increased by up to 2.5%.  Furthermore, the union wants the minimum wages to be raised to 3,500 francs for unskilled workers at a 13 months' wage. In recent years employees have had to settle for modest wage increases and many zero pay rounds. The union states that zero pay rounds are out of place this year.

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