This report is focused on the minimum wage requirements in EU/EEA member states and Switzerland.
This report is focused on the wage requirements in EU/EEA member states and Switzerland
In the context of the free movement of persons within the European Union, labor mobility represents a key issue for member states, as it makes good economic sense, contributes to filling shortages on certain labor markets and supports the economic and social development of citizens. It is nevertheless obvious that labor mobility entails complex issues from various perspectives (authorities, employers and employees).
This report is focused on the minimum wage requirements in EU/EEA member states and Switzerland, and is intended to present a general overview of each member state in terms of levels of minimum wage, how the minimum wage is determined, as well as the potential penalties which may be imposed on an employer if the minimum wage requirements are not observed.