Forty percent of employers in Estonia intend to raise their employees' wage level, 39 percent are planning to create new positions and 70 percent intend to hire new employees to replace outgoing workers, fill temporary or new positions, it appears from a survey conducted by recruitment portal CVKeskus.ee and the Salary Information Agency.
"Of employers 40 percent are planning to raise their employees' basic salaries which is indicative of the wage pressures resulting from shortage of labor, which employers are trying to adapt to. Meanwhile, we can see ...
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