Employers against proposed 4.5% increase in minimum wage
Ljubljana, 26 October - Slovenian employers' organisations oppose the announced 4.5% adjustment of the minimum wage, arguing it is not foreseen in the minimum wage act and that it would represent a departure from the principle of predictability in the business environment. It would only be possible if the state budget covers the costs that would ensue, they noted.
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