Wages

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 20.10.2014, 12:44

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Latvian FinMin: gross wages to increase by 4.5% in 2015

Latvian FinMin: gross wages to increase by 4.5% in 2015

20.10.2014

The average gross wage in the Latvian national economy will in 2015 increase 4.5% at current prices, the Finance Ministry's experts predict, cites LETA.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Employment, Financial Services, Latvia, Wages



Lithuanian PM: minimum wage must be increased along with growth of other wages

Lithuanian PM: minimum wage must be increased along with growth of other wages

14.10.2014

Lithuanian Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius says that the increase of the minimum monthly wage is something to discuss, yet, it should be increased along with the growth of other wages of low-paid employees, informs LETA/ELTA.

Moody’s outlook on the Baltic banking system revised to negative from stable

Moody’s outlook on the Baltic banking system revised to negative from stable

09.10.2014

Moody’s outlook for the Baltic banking system has been changed to negative. The outlook expresses Moody’s expectation of how bank creditworthiness will evolve in this system over the next 12-18 months.


Pay gap between men, women deepens to 12.5% in Lithuania in 2013

Pay gap between men, women deepens to 12.5% in Lithuania in 2013

09.10.2014

Pay gap between men and women in Lithuania was 12.5% in 2013, year-on-year it increased by 0.5 percentage points, reports LETA/ELTA.

Dombrovskis: EU Commission ready to introduce minimum wage

Dombrovskis: EU Commission ready to introduce minimum wage

07.10.2014

The European Commission is ready to encourage the European Union member states to introduce minimum wages, Valdis Dombrovskis (Unity) said yesterday, cites LETA.

07.10.2014

Businessman: Estonian taxes are killing the wage growth

Jaak Nigul, management board member of Tarmeko, writes in Äripäev that the popular debate today is whether Estonian businesses are too greedy to pay Finnish-level wages to their employees in Estonia, reports LETA, referring to Baltic Business News.

06.10.2014

Lithuanian PM promises discussions over minimum salary increase

The Coalition in Lithuania is not distancing itself from the question of increasing the minimum monthly salary. According to Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius, it will continue discussions over additional increase of minimum wages by mid-2015, reports LETA/ELTA.

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