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Cabinet approves proposal to speed up minimum wage growth

The Cabinet approved a draft amendment to the minimum wage law on September 3 that was submitted by Labour Minister Viera Tomanová. The amendment will increase the minimum wage to Sk8,900 (€295.43).

The Cabinet approved a draft amendment to the minimum wage law on September 3 that was submitted by Labour Minister Viera Tomanová. The amendment will increase the minimum wage to Sk8,900 (€295.43).

The Cabinet said the the current pace of minimum wage growth is insufficient. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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