The Estonian government at a sitting on December 13 approved a new minimum wage at 3.21 euros per hour and 540 euros per month starting from the new year.
The current minimum remuneration is 2.97 euros and the minimum monthly salary for working full-time is 500 euros, spokespeople for the government said.
The minimum wage in Estonia was established with the extended collective agreement between the Estonian Employers' Confederation and the Estonian Trade Union Confederation concluded on Sept. 28, 2018. Based on settled practice, the national minimum...
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