Kovachevski: Everyone who works on Sunday must receive at least 50 percent higher daily wage


Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski during his visit to the “Dura Automotive Systems” company said that today’s visit to this company is a great opportunity to see what the implementation of the legal solution ‘non-working Sundays’ looks like.

“Employees of this company, which due to the complex production process must work on Sundays, receive an additional 50% of the basic daily wage. With that, the average salary of those employees who work in this company on Sunday has increased,” said Prime Minister Kovachevski.


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