Polish government has adopted a regulation on the amount of the minimum wage

by   CIJ News iDesk III
2022-09-13   16:32
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The government has adopted a regulation on the amount of the minimum wage and the amount of the minimum hourly wage in 2023, which provides for an increase in the minimum wage to PLN 3,490 gross from January 1, 2023 and up to PLN 3,600 gross from July 1, 2023, informed Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. The hourly rate is to be PLN 22.8 gross and PLN 23.5 gross, respectively.

"After discussions with the Solidarność trade union and taking into account comments from the Social Dialogue Council, we decided to increase the minimum wage to PLN 3,490 from January 2023 and PLN 3,600 from July 1," Morawiecki said during a press conference.

Previously, the government proposed a minimum wage of up to PLN 3,383 gross from January 1, 2023 and up to PLN 3,450 gross from July 1, 2023. The minimum hourly wage for specific civil law contracts - was to increase to PLN 22.1 gross from January 1, 2023. and up to PLN 22.5 from July 1, 2023.