“The minimum wage in 2021 will be 6.6% higher and amount to 32,126 dinars”, said the president of the Social and Economic Council (SEC), Zoran Stojiljković.
At the press conference after the SEC session, Stojiljković underlined that there was no consensus from the social partners on the amount of the minimum wage in 2021 and recalled that union representatives demanded that the minimum wage be equated with the consumer basket.
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The president of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Serbia (SSSS), Ljubisav Orbović, stated that the trade unions expected that the minimum wage would be raised to at least 34,000 dinars, reports Tanjug news agency.
The non-taxable part of the salary will be increased from 16,300 to 18,300 dinars.
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