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A salary of 30,000 tenge is only enough for food. Why does the state not raise the minimum wage? and got a better answer
Not only are wages tied to the minimum wage, but also fines and a number of other payments, if you raise the amount, there will be a lot of dissatisfied with this decision By the way, if the minimum wage is raised heavily, not necessarily that you will receive more, the employer can cheat by reducing the number of working hours, for example?
Not only are wages tied to the minimum wage, but also fines and a number of other payments if the amount is raised there will be many people unhappy with this decision By the way, if the minimum wage is raised strongly, it does not mean that you will get more, the employer can cheat by reducing the number of working hours, for example.
At least something is worth less than a rouble
The question should be asked in Kazakhstan, not in the Russian Federation and certainly not on an entertainment portal.
Then the state will also have to pay more to its state employees. And it is not ready. That's the whole answer.
Because the poor should suffer then turn on their heads and become rich, raising the country's economy and not whine that someone owes them something!
On the one hand raising the minimum wage will increase government spending on wages - the burden on the budget will increase, but on the other hand the state is primarily concerned with the interests of the ruling class and the interests of the bourgeoisie. Or is it the state of the working class? For the bourgeoisie, an increase in the minimum wage means an increase in labor costs and a corresponding decrease in profits. That is why neither the bourgeoisie nor the state that represents its interests are interested in raising the minimum wage and tend to postpone it until the last moment.