The payment by the hour will make Br 8, 340. According to the Ministry of Labour and Social Security, the minimum salary is the established by law and indexed amount of money. It is the minimum payment obligatory for an employer. It is regulated by the law “About minimum salary establishment and order”.
Mogilev region’s nominal mages made Br2,638. 9 thousand in January-February and Br2,683.9 in February. The information is provided by Svetlana Tarasenko, the chief of the Regional Committee for Labour, Employment and Social Security.
Nominal average monthly salary in January-November of 2011 made up Br1,669,900 in Mogilev region; that of November – Br2,218,900, a correspondent of the site was told by Alexander Krikunov, deputy chair of labour, employment and social protection committee of Mogilev region executive committee.
In October nominal accrued wages in Mogilev region made up Br2, 081,000 having increasing by Br10,900 comparing with September. Nominal accrued wages in January-October was Br1, 615,400.
In December Mogilev region’s average salary is to achieve Вr2,8 mln. The information is provided by Svetlana Tarasenko, the head of the Committee for Labour, Employment and Social Security. Measures to raise the salary include: to increase the rate of the first category, to use extra-budget income at a full extent.
In September Mogilev region’s average salary made Вr2070,1 thousand.
Within January-August nominal average monthly salary made up Br1,501,200, that of August - Br1,804,000. It stands for 147.3% and 155.5% increase respectively comparing with the same periods of the previous year, Svetlana Tarasenko, the head of labour, employment and social protection management committee of Mogilev region executive committee told.
In January-July nominal average monthly salary in Mogilev region made up Br1,458,500 (particularly in July - Br1,697,100). Its growth rate comparing with the same period of the previous year is 145.9 % and 146.9 % respectively, the head of labour, employment and social protection committee of Mogilev region executive committee Svetlana Tarasenko told the correspondent of the site.
Mogilev Regional Executive Committee discussed the situation at the consumer market. Petr Rudnik, the chief of the regional administration, paid special attention to the main items of the President’s session held last Friday. The results of the session are rather positive: the executive authorities’ targets today are to increase the salaries and decrease prices.
Nominal monthly salary in Mogilev region in January-March of 2011 made up Br1,320,600; that of March - Br1,383,500. Thus, growth rate comparing to the respective periods of the year 2010 is 145.6% and 144.2% correspondently, - Svetlana Tarasenko, the head of labour, employment and social protection of Mogilev region executive committee, told.
By the year of 2015 the salary of employees of agricultural sphere should reach $750’s.
This week’s sitting of Mogilev region executive committee dealt with proper salary providing necessities of life. At the beginning Petr Rudnik focused on the problem of paying salaries on time.
According to the report of labour and social protection management department of Mogilev region executive committee, Bobruisk “FanDOK” was the only institution that hadn’t paid salaries to its employees by Monday. Employees of all the rest regional enterprises were paid salaries on time; the average salary made up $250 minimum.
In December 2011 Mogilev region’s average salary is to make at least $600. The target has been made by Petr Rudnik, the chief of Mogilev Regional Executive Committee.
In Petr Rudnik’s words, in 2010 the region paid special attention to the questions of salary growth and payments. In December 2010 the region’s average salary totaled Br1.5 bln or $480 in equivalent.