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Minimum wages: Council and European Parliament reach provisional agreement on new EU law

The presidency of the Council and European Parliament negotiators reached a provisional political agreement on the draft directive on adequate minimum wages in the EU. The new law – once finally adopted – will promote the adequacy of statutory minimum wages and thus help to achieve decent working and living conditions for European employees.

Germany on the way to adequate minimum wages

The hike to €12 is also a strong signal on the planned European minimum-wages directive.

Minimum wages in 2022: Bigger hikes this time around

The first overview of minimum wage setting for 2022 shows that, while some negotiations are still ongoing, virtually all EU Member States have increased their nominal statutory rates. Compared to last year, when most countries settled for cautious increases against a background of deep uncertainty caused by the pandemic, growth in statutory rates for 2022 was stronger, reflecting an easing of the situation. This was especially the case in central and eastern European countries, where some increases were in double digits.

Ανακοίνωση για την περάτωση της διαδικασίας Καθορισμού Κατώτατου Μισθού, έτους 2022

Θα θέλαμε να ενημερώσουμε πως οι εργασίες της Επιτροπής Διαβούλευσης για τον Κατώτατο Μισθό & το Κατώτατο Ημερομίσθιο για το έτος 2022, υπό την προεδρία του Ομ. Καθηγητή Νομικής Αθηνών & Προέδρου του Ο.ΜΕ.Δ., κ. Κώστα Παπαδημητρίου, και με τη συμμετοχή των εκπροσώπων των Υπουργών Εργασίας & Κοινωνικών Υποθέσεων και Οικονομικών, αντιστοίχως, μελών της επιτροπής κκ.

Ανακοίνωση για την έναρξη Διαδικασίας Καθορισμού του Κατώτατου Μισθού Έτους 2022

Χθες 27/1/2002  συνεκλήθη η Επιτροπή Διαβούλευσης  για τον Κατώτατο Μισθό, υπό την Προεδρία του ομ. καθηγητή Νομικής Αθηνών και Προέδρου του Ο.ΜΕ.Δ., κ. Κώστα Παπαδημητρίου, αποστέλλοντας προσκλήσεις στους αρμόδιους επιστημονικούς φορείς για μελέτη και υποβολή, εκ μέρους τους, των σχετικών εκθέσεων .

Η  διαδικασία διαλόγου για τον κατώτατο μισθό του έτους 2022 προβλέπεται να έχει ολοκληρωθεί έως τις 15 Απριλίου 2022, όπως ο νόμος ορίζει.

Council agrees on mandate for negotiations on a EU framework on adequate minimum wages

The Council today (6/12/2021) agreed its position on a Commission proposal for an EU law on adequate minimum wages in the EU. Fair wages that provide for a decent standard of living are one of the principles of the European Pillar of Social Rights. To improve working and living conditions, this draft law establishes a framework to promote adequate levels of statutory minimum wages, to promote collective bargaining on wage setting and to improve the effective access to minimum wage protection of those workers who are entitled to a minimum wage.

Minimum wages in 2021: Annual review

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This report summarises how minimum wage rates for 2021 were set during 2020 – the year marked by the COVID-19 pandemic. It reviews the difficulties faced by national decision-makers and how they reacted to the challenges of the economic and social fall-out of the pandemic when making decisions regarding the minimum wage. It maps the extent to which minimum wages were referred to in COVID-19-related support measures. It discusses advances made on the EU initiative on adequate minimum wages and maps the reactions of the EU-level social partners and national decision-makers.

EESC Employers' Group lodges a counter opinion on adequate minimum wages

The Employers' Group in the European Economic and Social Committee massively voted against the EESC opinion on the European Commission's proposal on "adequate minimum wages in the European Union" and tabled a counter-opinion, which will be appended to the EESC opinion as it has collected more than a third of the votes.

Fair Minimum Wages for All: EESC Workers' Group Webinar

21 May 2021 10.00 am CET - EESC Workers' Group Webinar

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The European Commission's proposal for a directive on adequate minimum wages has sparked controversy among member states and social partners alike across Europe.

The proposal develops the principles of the European Pillar of Social Rights, aiming to improve the working and living conditions of millions of workers in the EU.

Today one in five Europeans are at risk of poverty or social exclusion, while 10% of workers are considered working poor.

A fair minimum wage for the EU workers from the local and regional perspective

The primary objective of this study was to support the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) by providing an evidence base for their forthcoming Opinion on the European Commission’s initiative on minimum wages. Specifically, the study examined the local and regional dimension of minimum wages, an area only briefly covered in the current literature. The Commission’s initiative includes a proposed Directive which has as its focus the promotion of collective bargaining and the adequacy of statutory minimum wages.

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