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Chamber: Some Nurses Earn Less than €405 Monthly

Bratislava, April 20 (TASR) – Most nurses in Slovakia receive salaries below the national average of €912 per month, while there are also some...

Kia Motors Slovakia Increases Salaries by 7.5 percent on Average

Teplicka nad Vahom, March 29 (TASR) - The average salary at Kia Motors Slovakia in Teplicka nad Vahom near Zilina is due to rise...

Parliament Approves Constitutional Officials Salary Freeze for Next Year

Bratislava, November 23 (TASR) - The salaries of constitutional officials, MPs and Government ministers, but not judges and prosecutors, will remain frozen in 2017,...

Cabinet: Constitutional Officials’ Salaries to Remain Frozen in 2017

The salaries of constitutional officials, MPs and Cabinet members should remain frozen also in 2017, as the Cabinet approved Prime Minister Robert Fico's proposal to amend the law on the salaries of some constitutional officials at its regular session on Wednesday.

Kazimir: Solution to Teachers’ Different Living Costs among Possibilities

There are two possible ways of attracting more young motivated and high-quality teachers to the education sector - the state can either focus on supporting young teachers or on settling the problem of variable living costs, said Finance Minister Peter Kazimir (Smer-SD) following Wednesday's (September 21) Cabinet session.

Dissatisfied Teachers Call Again on Cabinet to Fulfill Their Demands

Bratislava, September 2 (TASR) - The Initiative of Slovak Teachers (ISU) on Friday sent once again a call to the Government to fulfil the...

Kollar: Freezing Salaries of Senior Officials Is Stupid and Populist Move

Opposition party We Are Family will oppose the further freezing of salaries of public officials, a matter usually addressed in the House in the autumn, party leader Boris Kollar told TASR on Wednesday, adding that salaries shouldn't be frozen for those who duly perform their work.

Draxler: Some Teachers Might Not Have Seen Hikes on Their Payslips

Bratislava, January 27 (TASR) - Some teachers might not have seen a 22-percent hike on their payslips that the Education, Science, research and Sport Ministry and Prime Minister Robert Fico talked about recently, as Juraj Draxler conceded on Wednesday.