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Salariul minim in Marea Britanie va fi marit la 6.5£ pe ora (52 £/zi = 220 RON/zi , aprox. 5.000 RON pe luna)
Prin comparatie cu Marea Britanie, unde salariul minim va ajunge la 5.000 RON/luna din Octombrie 2014, in Romania salariul minim pe economie a fost fixat ultima data la 1 iulie 2013 la suma de 800 RON/luna (circa 166-177 EU).
Practic salariul minim in Romania va ajunge sa fie de 6.25% mai mic decat cel din Marea Britanie.
În aprilie 2012, România era singura țară din lume în care aproape un sfert dintre angajați aveau salariul minim.
In Uk, The minimum wage will rise by 3% to £6.50 an hour in October, Vince Cable, the business secretary, has announced.
He said on Wednesday the government would accept the recommendation of the Low Pay Commission (LPC) for an above-inflation increase of 19%.
The news comes after David Cameron last week stole his Lib Dem colleague's thunder by confirming he was in favour of recommendations for a 3% increase wage and pledged to "restore its value" in the longer term.
George Osborne, the chancellor, has said he ultimately wants it to rise to £7.
The rise to £6.50 an hour from October is expected to be the first of several above-inflation rises after a Treasury report said the minimum wage should be restored to pre-crisis levels.
Cable said 1 million people would see their annual pay increase by as much as £355 in the first real-terms cash rise since 2008.
As recommended by the LPC, the adult rate will increase about 3% from £6.31 to £6.50 an hour, the rate for 18- to 20-year-olds will rise 2% from £5.03 to £5.13 and the rate for 16- to 17-year-olds will go up 2% £3.72 to £3.79. There will also be a 2% increase in the rate for apprentices, from £2.68 to £2.73.
Cable said: "The recommendations I have accepted today mean that low-paid workers will enjoy the biggest cash increase in their take-home pay since 2008. This will benefit over 1 million workers on national minimum wage and marks the start of a welcome new phase in minimum wage policy.
"The LPC's new forward guidance gives us a much better understanding of how an economic recovery can be translated into faster and significant increases in the national minimum wage for low-paid workers, without costing jobs.
Cable urged businesses to consider how "all staff not just those on the minimum wage can enjoy the benefits of recovery".
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