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2.7 million workers paid less than minimum wage in 2016, study finds (The Local, Jan 29)
Attach Date 2018/02/01 HIT 98
Around 2.7 million employees in Germany received less than the minimum wage in 2016 even though they were entitled to it, a study published on Monday has found. Eight percent of workers entitled to the prescribed minimum wage at the time - €8.50 per hour - did not receive it, the Economic and Social Sciences Institute (WSI) at the Hans B?ckler Foundation has said. Companies without workers' councils and collective labour agreements frequently undermined the minimum wage, added the WSI, an institute close to the unions. Read More

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