Public sector employees salaries increased since July 1 - Bashkiria Ministry of Labour
UFA, 1 July 2016. /Bashinform News Agency, Galina Bakhshieva/.
Since July 1, the minimum wage in Russiawas increased to 7,500 rubles. Due to this increase the ratio of the minimum wage and projected living wage of able-bodied population rose from 53.5 to 64.7 percent, the press service of the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of Bashkortostan reports.
According to the monitoring by the Ministry of Labour RB for the first quarter of this year, there are more than 242 thousand public sector employees in the republic.
Since May 1 in Bashkortostan, the minimum wage for non-budgetary sector workers has increased from 6900 to 8900 rubles. This was possible due to the signed Agreement on Minimum Wage by representatives of the Republican tripartite commission on regulation of social and labour relations on April 20. The document was signed by the Head of the Republic Rustem Khamitov, the Chairman of the Federation of Trade Unions RB Marat Khusainov and the Chairman of the Employers Union RB Vladimir Sholom.