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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 22.08.2017, 08:13

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Trade unions in Latvia to join forces in fight for promised guarantees to health care sector

Trade unions in Latvia to join forces in fight for promised guarantees to health care sector

22.08.2017

The Latvian Trade Union of Health and Social Care Workers (LVSADA) and the Latvian Confederation of Free Trade Unions (LBAS) will be fighting together to achieve the guarantees promised to the health care sector, LVSADA leader Valdis Keris told the press on August 21st, cites LETA.

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Estonian unions would raise minimum pay to EUR 650 in 3 years

Estonian unions would raise minimum pay to EUR 650 in 3 years

22.08.2017

The Estonian Trade Union Confederation (EAKL) wishes the minimum pay in Estonia to be raised by 38% from the present 470 euros to 650 euros per month in three years, informs LETA/BNS.

62.6% Latvia’s population were employed in Q2

62.6% Latvia’s population were employed in Q2

15.08.2017

Results of the Labour Force Survey conducted by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that since the 2nd quarter of 2016 the employment rate has increased by 0.8 percentage points.


Lembergs, Sesks, Pozarnovs were highest-paid mayors in Latvia in 2016

Lembergs, Sesks, Pozarnovs were highest-paid mayors in Latvia in 2016

15.08.2017

Ventspils Mayor Aivars Lembergs (For Latvia and Ventspils), Liepaja Mayor Uldis Sesks (Liepaja Party), and the new Baldone Region Council Chairman Andrejs Pozarnovs (Honor to Serve Our Latvia) are the highest-paid mayors in Latvia, writes LETA, according to the State Revenue Service's data based on municipal leaders' declarations for 2016.

Police reform complete in Lithuania

Police reform complete in Lithuania

14.08.2017

Lithuania's Police Department has announced having completed the reform of the country's police force, informs LETA/BNS.


09.08.2017

Some medical establishments in Latvia raised salaries to the personnel after the protest

The warning action by medics organized by the Latvian Trade Union of Health and Social Care Workers (LVSADA) in July has definitely borne fruit, both short-term and long-term, said Valdis Keris, the leader of the trade union, reports LETA.

04.08.2017

Latvian banks’ expenditure on managers' salaries grows by 39.1% in H1

In the first half of 2017, Latvian banks’ expenditure on salaries for management and supervisory boards jumped 39.1% or EUR 2.862 million from the same period in 2016 to EUR 10.187 million, LETA was told at the Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC).

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