Minimum wage to rise by 4.9%

Ljubljana – The statutory minimum wage in Slovenia is to increase by 4.9% to EUR 1,074 gross as of 1 January, reflecting the increase in inflation last year, the Labour Ministry has announced. Minister Janez Cigler Kralj decided that the minimum wage for 2022 would be adjusted in equal amount to the rise in consumer prices in the past year after a second round of talks with social partners on Wednesday. Under the minimum wage act, the wage is adjusted once a year at least to the rise in consumer…

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