Wages

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 19.02.2019, 15:19

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Latvian Teachers' union considers protest in response to government’s failure to keep pay rise promise

Latvian Teachers' union considers protest in response to government’s failure to keep pay rise promise

18.02.2019

The Latvian Trade Union of Education and Science Employees (LIZDA) is considering a protest in response to the government’s failure to raise teachers’ wages as scheduled, the union’s leader Inga Vanaga told LETA.

Keyword tags: Education and Science, Labour Unions, Latvia, Wages



Disparities in minimum wages across the EU

Disparities in minimum wages across the EU

01.02.2019

As of 1 January 2019, 22 out of the 28 Member States of the European Union (EU) have national minimum wages: only Denmark, Italy, Cyprus, Austria, Finland and Sweden do not have any. The 22 EU Member States that have national minimum wages can be divided into three main groups based on the level in euro, informed Eurostat.

Microenterprises in Latvia failed to declare 35.6% of employees' wages in 2017 - Revenue Service

Microenterprises in Latvia failed to declare 35.6% of employees' wages in 2017 - Revenue Service

15.01.2019

In 2017, enterprises paying the reduced microenterprise tax failed to declare an estimated 35.6 % of their employees’ wages, according to the State Revenue Service’s information writes LETA.


Average gross wage in Latvia to increase 7% to 8% in 2019 - bank experts

Average gross wage in Latvia to increase 7% to 8% in 2019 - bank experts

29.12.2018

The average gross wage in Latvia may increase by 7 percent to 8 percent next year, believe several bank analysts interviewed by LETA.

Lithuanian teachers halt strike

Lithuanian teachers halt strike

21.12.2018

Members of the Lithuanian Education Employees Trade Union on Friday suspended their strike action started almost six weeks ago to protest against a new pay system and to demand higher wages, informed LETA/BNS.


19.12.2018

The fall in competitiveness in the economy points to trouble ahead

he Estonian economy will grow by around 3.5% this year and next, and by 2020 growth will slow to close to 2%. One reason that growth will slow is that fewer people enter the labour market. Another reason is the problem of competitiveness at companies, which is indicated by a decline in Estonia’s market share in the main export markets.

19.12.2018

Latvian government approves raising healthcare workers' salaries 20% on January 1

Healthcare workers' salaries will be raised 20 percent as of January 1 next year, the government agreed, reported LETA.

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