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

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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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