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Slovakia - Public service wages settled - November 30, 2016

It is planned that the salaries of employees in state and public administration increase by 4% in 2017. This stems from the preliminary agreement made after the third round of negotiations over higher level collective agreements held in October 2016. The ministry of finance is still discussing with the unions the additional increase in the so-called wage base for a part of 2017 by a further 2 percent. This, however, does not concern the salaries of teachers. The negotiations regarding an additional increase for teachers will be discussed directly by representative of the school trade unions and education minister.

English: http://spectator.sme.sk/c/20374908/state-employees-will-earn-more …  

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