In January 2012 Mogilev region’s nominal gross wages made Br2, 595 thousand. Its growth made 202.5 % to the same period 2011. The information is provided by Svetlana Tarasenko, the chief of Mogilev Regional Committee for Labour, Employment and Social Security.
By the salary rate Mogilev region is the third followed by Brest, Vitebsk and Grodno regions.
Nominal wages in Mogilev region made up Br1,564,400 in January-September, Svetlana Tarasenko, the head of labour, employment and social protection committee of Mogilev region executive committee, told. The nominal wages in September reached Br2,070,100. It means 150.7% and 174% growth rate correspondently comparing with the respective period of the year 2010.
In 2011 Mogilev region agricultural organisations must increase average salary and wages by 25% minimum, - the chairman of Mogilev region executive committee P. Rudnik told during his today’s visit to CJSC “Zarya” (Mogilev region).
At the same time those money should be earned, for example – by increasing output and sales, labour productivity, saving energy resources, founding competitive up-to-date enterprises, etc. And in this regard “Zarya’s example of initiative and enterprise should be followed”, - the governor told.
The most urgent issue of the weekly meeting of Petr Rudnik, the head of Mogilev Regional Executive Committee, was a dangerous situation with fires. Over a week the region witnessed 42 fires. 12 persons died.
The week-end took lives of 8 people including a child.