wage rise

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wage rise

naumento di stipendio
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The minimum wage rise is part of the Moon administration's income-led growth strategy, which has been causing controversy among economists.
Even though there was talk in the Budget of more money for health workers, reports since suggest that NHS staff may have to pay for their own wage rise, a hardly acceptable state of affairs after years of pay pain.
Around 30% of those surveyed will - worryingly - be less likely to employ an apprentice who is aged 25+ due to the financial pressure brought on by the wage rise.
TUNIS, (TAP) - A wage rise agreement in the private sector was signed Tuesday by the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT) and the Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA).
20 per hour will be paid to entry level staff in Northern Ireland and a similar wage rise is set to be introduced in the Republic.
An analysis by the Resolution Foundation think tank found that six million people will get a wage rise by the end of the decade, worth an average of PS1,210.
How can an MP accept a 10% wage rise and then vote for further welfare cuts?
Unions are opposing a decision by Charles Michel - Belgium's new leader - to scrap a cost-of-living wage rise next year.
THE Health Secretary has sparked anger by telling striking NHS workers that thousands of nurses' jobs would have to be axed to give them an across-theboard 1% wage rise.
If put into place, the minimum wage rise would take effect in October 2014, about six months prior to the next general election, expected in 2015, when living standards are anticipated to be a key issue as Britain gains traction with it's economic recovery.
If wages have been raised by 4% to 8% why have they not increased the State pension and many other benefits in line with the wage rise.
On Saturday dozens of factories were forced to shut after at least 20,000 workers left their machines to demand the wage rise.