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Govt parties agree on pay rise in public sector in 2020

September 13th, 2019

The Czech government coalition today agreed to raise all monthly base pays in the public sector by 1500 crowns next year and to cancel the lowest base pay level concerning the least paid professions such as cooks. Prime Minister Andrej Babis (ANO) told journalists that teachers will be the only group with a percentage increase, while all the others will get a fixed sum. The non-teaching staff of schools will have their salaries raised by more than 7 percent since the lowest base level will be cancelled, Babis said. The government planned a pay rise of 10 percent for teachers and 7 percent for the non-teaching professions.


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