TALLINN – The Estonian government at a sitting on Tuesday discussed the European Commission's draft directive on adequate minimum wages in the European Union.
The government supported the principle that an adequate minimum wage must be guaranteed for every worker and that the directive must not infringe on the autonomy of social partners or the powers of states to set a minimum wage, government spokespeople said.
Prime Minister Juri Ratas said in a press release that it is unquestionably important to ensure that people in Estonia and throughou...
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