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In the Khabarovsk Territory, a new minimum wage was established.

In the Khabarovsk Territory, a trilateral agreement on the minimum wage was signed. The document applies to employers in the region, with the exception of those whose funding comes from the federal budget. The minimum wage is the guaranteed amount received by an employee who has worked at the same rate for a month's time fund.

According to the press service of the regional government, from September 1, 2014, the minimum wage will be 9 rubles. This decree was signed by the participants in the trilateral agreement. According to RIA Vostok-Media, the agreement was concluded in February 485 between the regional government, the regional union of trade unions and the Union of Employers of the Khabarovsk Territory. The agreement is valid for three years; it establishes general principles for regulating social, labor and related economic relations in the subject. The accepted size of the "minimum wage" is 2014% of the value of the subsistence minimum of the able-bodied population of the region. By 80, he must reach the value of the subsistence minimum. According to the governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Vyacheslav Shport, an increase in the minimum wage will contribute to an increase in the welfare of citizens.

“Despite the fact that currently we are faced with such an important task as renting housing for victims of large-scale floods and resolving issues related to the arrival of refugees from Ukraine, we continue to fulfill all social obligations, such as increasing wages. Indeed, for each person, the size of his income and the opportunity to receive a decent remuneration for his work are of great importance. For the next year, we set a more ambitious target for the ratio of the minimum wage to the living wage - 90%. Achievement of this goal is possible only with the stable development of the regional economy and an increase in labor productivity, ”the head of the region emphasized.

In the Khabarovsk Territory, a trilateral agreement on the minimum wage was signed. The document applies to employers in the region, with the exception of those whose funding comes from the federal budget. The minimum wage is the guaranteed amount received by an employee who has worked at the same rate for a month's time fund.

According to the press service of the regional government, from September 1, 2014, the minimum wage will be 9 rubles. This decree was signed by the participants in the trilateral agreement. According to RIA Vostok-Media, the agreement was concluded in February 485 between the regional government, the regional union of trade unions and the Union of Employers of the Khabarovsk Territory. The agreement is valid for three years; it establishes general principles for regulating social, labor and related economic relations in the subject. The accepted size of the "minimum wage" is 2014% of the value of the subsistence minimum of the able-bodied population of the region. By 80, he must reach the value of the subsistence minimum. According to the governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Vyacheslav Shport, an increase in the minimum wage will contribute to an increase in the welfare of citizens.

 “Despite the fact that currently we are faced with such an important task as renting housing for victims of large-scale floods and resolving issues related to the arrival of refugees from Ukraine, we continue to fulfill all social obligations, such as increasing wages. Indeed, for each person, the size of his income and the opportunity to receive a decent remuneration for his work are of great importance. For the next year, we set a more ambitious target for the ratio of the minimum wage to the living wage - 90%. Achievement of this goal is possible only with the stable development of the regional economy and an increase in labor productivity, ”the head of the region emphasized.

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