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Minimum wage increases are sought in Primorye
In Primorsky Krai, trade unions are seeking to increase the minimum wage. They insist on signing a regional agreement in order to equate the minimum wage to the subsistence level of the subject, not the federation.
According to the press service of the FPPK, now the minimum wage for state employees is 18195 rubles, and if you tie it to the subsistence level of the region, it will increase to 21088 rubles. According to union representatives, this is appropriate now, on the eve of the signing of a tripartite agreement between unions, employers and authorities.
The initiators cite Sakhalin as an example, where such a decision has already been made. The minimum wage there now ranges from 24040 to 34720 rubles, depending on the area. The leadership of the island region called on trade unions to conclude industry agreements so that the minimum wage is also increased in individual industries.