They wonder if their employer has a problem with a mandatory wage increase. Three questions are expected to be answered.

The government intends to increase the minimum wage to HUF 200,000 in 2022 and the guaranteed minimum wage to HUF 260,000. The National Association of Employers and Industrialists (MGYOSZ) issued a statement on Wednesday stating that the feasibility of this will be discussed with the government on behalf of employers, and that suggestions and feedback from stakeholders will be awaited.

The association also prepared a three-question questionnaire asking them about the conditions under which companies can achieve the above-mentioned goals. One question is whether companies will have trouble making the new payments and, if so, how they can manage it.

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Cab: There is an increased chance of a 20% minimum wage increase in 2022

After 163 HUF, the government can declare that the minimum wage will be higher than the average lower than the Gyurksani


If the minimum wage is raised above HUF 200,000 in 2022, the minimum wage could be higher than the average wage under the Gyurcsany government, said Girgili Golias from government information. We recalculated whether he was right, and we’re out: Yes, that number just doesn’t make sense outside of the campaign due to inflation.