Romania - Retailer Lidl improves wages - February 28, 2018

German retailer Lidl announced a pay increase of the company’s over 5,500 employees beginning 1 March. A seller will earn a minimum gross wage of RON 3,061 (658 euro) or a net of RON 1,800 monthly (387 euro), while a commercial worker will earn a gross RON 3,301 (709 euro). The national minimum gross wage stands at RON 1,900 (408 euro) or a net RON 1,162 (249 euro).

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