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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 24.11.2014, 05:49

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Latvian education workers planning to go on strike

Latvian education workers planning to go on strike

13.11.2014

The board of the Latvian Trade Union of Education and Science Employees will hold a meeting on Wednesday, November 19, in order to decide on launching an education workers' strike.

Keyword tags: Education and Science, Financial Services, Latvia, Legislation, Strike, Wages



KPMG: business owners in Europe to increase salaries for employees in 2015

KPMG: business owners in Europe to increase salaries for employees in 2015

12.11.2014

Business owners in Europe, including Latvia, are expecting serious problems with preserving quality workforce in 2015, thus companies will be forced to raise employees' salaries in 2015, according to a study conducted by KPMG.

Latvian Nordeka bus drivers' strike continues

Latvian Nordeka bus drivers' strike continues

12.11.2014

Trade union LABA decided today to continue the Nordeka bus drivers' strike against low salaries, CEO of LABA Raimonds Gailis told LETA.


Mengelsone: raising the minimum wage is be a positive move for Latvia

Mengelsone: raising the minimum wage is be a positive move for Latvia

11.11.2014

The planned increase of minimum wage will help reduce income inequality, Director General of the Employers' Confederation of Latvia, Liga Mengelsone told LETA.

Minimum monthly salary in Latvia to be increased to EUR 360 in 2015

Minimum monthly salary in Latvia to be increased to EUR 360 in 2015

10.11.2014

Today, the government of Latvia approved of the motion to increase the monthly minimum wage from EUR 320 to EUR 360 starting January 1, 2015, informs LETA.

08.11.2014

Latvian Nordeka bus drivers on strike but nothing cancelled

About 15 drivers from the inter-city bus company Nordeka are on the picket line for a second day in a wage dispute, but as the company informed LETA on November 8th, all routes are running as scheduled.

05.11.2014

Latvian government committed to raising the minimum wage

According to the new government declaration, the prospective government in Latvia is committed to raising the minimum wage, reports LETA.

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