The FedEE Minimum wage tables are the most up to date summery on the web of the statutory monthly rates of pay that are required in a particular country or territory. We do not cover every country where minimum wages exist, although our coverage in Europe is very considerable. There are, of course, other mechanisms that determine minimum pay rates in the private sector - including collective agreements, wages boards and company salary scales. The Federation of International Employers was established in 1988 with assistance from the European Commission. Today. FedEE is the principal organisation for multinational employers and is both independent and self-funding. Operate from offices in the UK, Cyprus and Hong Kong and plan to set up offices soon in India and The USA. The FedEE knowledgebase is the biggest source of HR-related data available to HR professionals worldwide - particularly in the field of employment law. We are expanding our country coverage all the time and constantly updating our entries in the light of new developments and legislative changes. Annual costs of corporate membership are modest, given the amount of support that we provide, For further details please go to https://www.fedee.com
Monthly minimum wage rates outside Europe
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