Minimum wage directive progress one of EU presidency successes

Ljubljana – The government considers the harmonisation of the Council of the EU’s position on the minimum wage directive to be among the successes of Slovenia’s EU presidency. The progress and efforts were also commended by Slovenia’s trade unions and other institutions. Pay is regulated differently in individual EU states, either by law or collective bargaining agreements. The proposed EU directive only provides a framework and does not interfere with the decisions of countries on how to regulate the minimum wage. In addition to the four fundamental criteria for setting…

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