Croatian average take-home pay in July HRK 5,594

The average net salary in Croatian corporate entities for July was HRK 5,594, which is 1.6% less (HRK 92) in nominal terms compared to June, according to preliminary figures released by the...

Croatia's average net salary in June 760 euros

The average net salary in June 2016 was HRK 5,686, nominally down 0.35% on the month, the national statistical office said on Tuesday.

40% of men, 30% women earn more than their partners

While 40 percent of men live with partners who have a lower salary, 30% of women earn more than their partners, show the the results of a survey conducted by by the MojPosao job search site.

Par'l committee rejects EC directive on posted workers' salaries

Under the EU directive, companies in one European Union member-state that conduct their business in another member-state will have to pay their workers the same wages paid for workers in the host...

Croatian average take-home pay in Dec 2015 HRK 5,772

The average net salary in Croatian businesses for December 2015 was HRK 5,772, which is 1.4% less (HRK83) compared to the month before, according to preliminary figures released by the national...

Average net salary for November 2015 at EUR 770

The average monthly net salary paid in Croatia for November 2015 was HRK 5,855, which was an increase of 2.4 per cent in nominal terms and of 2.7 per cent in real terms compared with October 2015...

Bridge would rescind salaries for outgoing MPs

Kovacic told reporters the bill was drawn up, that it would be submitted at parliament's first session, and that it was only the first step in reducing MPs' entitlements.

Top EU officials see monthly salaries rise above 31,000 euros

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and EU President Donald Tusk are receiving pay rises of almost 700 euros, bringing their monthly salaries to an overall 31,272 euros (33,979...

Gov't: Unions not ready to deal with important issues through dialogue

 They said they were certain that the conditions were good to honour the agreement to increase salaries in the public sector in the case of GDP growth.

Public sector unions refuse meeting with caretaker govt

Labour and Pension Systems Minister Mirando Mrsic invited unions to a meeting concerning the possible implementation of the agreement to increase wages.