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Wage 

Wage is a remuneration regularily granted to the employee for the performed work.

Wage includes:

  • salary;
  • additional payment for the performed work. (Its' amount is set in the employment contract or collective agreement);
  • additional payment for the work related to particular hazard. (Its' amount is set in the employment contract or collective agreement);
  • additional payment for the night work. (It must not be smaller than 50% from the hourly or daily salary rate of the employee. A larger additional payment can be stipulated in the employment contract or collective agreement);
  • additional payment for the extra hours or holidays. (It must not be less than 100% from the hourly or daily salary rate of the employee. A larger additional payment can be stipulated in the employment contract or collective agreement);
  • additional payment stipulated in the employment contract or collective agreement;
  • bonuses;
  • other kind of remuneration related to work.

Responsibility of employer:

  • to set equal wage for the same or similar work;
  • to pay the wage for the performed work not less frequently than 2 times per month. Upon a mutual agreement between the employee and the employer it can be paid also one time per month.
  • to inform the employees in a written notice about the introduction of a new payment system one month in advance;
  • upon the request of the employee to provide a notice about his or her wage and executed Mandatory State Social Insurance Contributions;
  • to issue a written calculation of wage;
  • to pay the additional payments set in the Labour Law and the employment contract.

To employees younger than 18 years:

  • wage cannot be less than minimum monthly wage if the person had worked 7 days each working day and 35 hours per week;
  • and in addition to studies in vocational school the person works, the performed work is remunerated according to the working hours.

Children receive salary in proportion to the performed tasks.

Employers calculate and pay the wage in cash but upon a mutual agreement between the employers and the employees it can be transferred to employee's bank account.  

Average earnings are paid by the employer if employee is on the annual vacation or additional vacation.

Employer pays the average earnings also in case of the piecework wage (pay for the piecework) and employees do not work due to the following reasons:

  • health check at the medical institution;
  • blood test at the medical institution informing employer about it in advance;
  • participation in the professional training organized by the employer or in-service training;
  • in case of death of parents, child or other close family member the person has not worked more than 2 working days;
  • due to moving to another place of residence initiated by the employer: not longer than one working day if employee moves to another place of residence in the same populated area and not more than 2 working days if moving to another populated area;
  • upon demand, employee visits the institution concerned, prosecutor's office or participates in hearing as a representative;
  • participates in liquidating of the consequences of force majeure;
  • is not working in holiday which coincides with the scheduled working day;
  • is on a business trip.