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Thursday, 05.05.2016, 21:03
Most employees in Latvia would like to receive EUR 1,122 in net monthly wage, a new survey by TNS pollster shows, cites LETA.
Keyword tags: Analytics, Financial Services, Latvia, Wages
Director general of the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board (PPA) Elmar Vaher would like a political agreement to be made regarding the salary of police officers and for it to be tied to the country's average salary, for instance, reports LETA/BNS.
Teachers' minimum monthly wage in Latvia will be raised from EUR 420 to EUR 680, or by 62% next academic year, starting on September 1, 2016, under a new pay system proposed by the Education and Science Minister Karlis Sadurskis (Unity), informs LETA.
DNB Bankas, one of Lithuania's largest commercial banks, has revised its forecast for the country's GDP growth for 2016 up by 0.2 points to 3%, informs LETA/BNS.
As many as 26% of people in Latvia expect their income to increase in 2016, informs LETA, according to a survey conducted by TNS Latvia pollster for LNT commercial TV channel.
In 2015, 6% of employees in Latvia received illegal wages, down 2% from a year ago, informs LETA, according to a poll conducted by WorkingDay Latvia recruitment portal.
In order to convince Latvia's emigrants to return home, they have to be offered adequate economic stimuli, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development study of Latvian labor market and social policy, informs LETA.