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Estonian healthcare workers wage dispute reaches State Arbitrator

Estonian healthcare workers wage dispute reaches State Arbitrator

16.09.2014

Estonian healthcare workers and employers failed to reach an agreement at the collective labour agreement negotiations on Monday; now they turn to the State Arbitrator, LETA/Postimees reports.

Keyword tags: Estonia, Financial Services, Legislation, Markets and Companies, Medicine, Wages



Hourly labour costs in Latvia have grown by 51 cents in Q2

Hourly labour costs in Latvia have grown by 51 cents in Q2

15.09.2014

Data of the Central Statistical Bureau show that, compared to the 2nd quarter of 2013 hourly labour costs in the 2nd quarter of 2014 grew by 51 cents per hour or by 8.6%, reaching EUR 6.58.

Latvian residents require monthly salary of EUR 2,769 to fulfill their dreams

Latvian residents require monthly salary of EUR 2,769 to fulfill their dreams

15.09.2014

Latvian residents would want to earn EUR 2,769 a month on average in order to fulfill all of their dreams, according to a survey conducted by SKDS, cites LETA.


Lithuania lures Norwegian business with low wages

Lithuania lures Norwegian business with low wages

12.09.2014

Lithuania wants to create jobs through Norwegian businesses, offering financial zones with zero tax, and highly-educated, hardworking employees. In the last five years, Norwegian investment in the country has doubled, the government agency Invest Lithuania said, cites LETA/ELTA.

President: Lithuania strives to reduce social exclusion

President: Lithuania strives to reduce social exclusion

11.09.2014

President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaite assures that augmentation of defence spending will not lead to forget promises to reduce social exclusion. The president voiced an opinion that the two objectives will have to be reconciled, reports LETA/ELTA.

10.09.2014

Vilks: to combat shadow economy, we must cooperate with business

"We are taking the right steps to combat shadow economy, however, in order to achieve a result, we must cooperate with business organizations," Finance Minister Andris Vilks (Unity) believes, adding that businesses are governed by double standards to a certain extent, thus, not only the state is tricked, but also the employees.

10.09.2014

Lithuania's Tripartite Council okays minimum pay increase to EUR 300

On Tuesday, the Tripartite Council in Lithuania endorsed the ruling coalition's proposal to increase the minimum monthly wage by LTL 35 (EUR 10) from October 1, 2014, reports LETA/ELTA.

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