Lenders flag up minimum wage, trade union law among issues to be examined in next review

EconomyProgramme Tags: Labour
Photo by Harry van Versendaal
Photo by Harry van Versendaal

In a 21-page report that was submitted by the institutions to the Labour Minister Giorgos Katrougalos at the end of June and was leaked by Greek daily Eleftheros Typos on Sunday, the country’s lenders detail their proposals on the labour market reforms, which would form the base of discussions in the context of the second programme review.

These reforms mainly relate to the minimum wage, employee compensation, labour contracts, layoffs and strikes.

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