MEPs pass vote on fair minimum wages and stronger collective bargaining rights
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A new draft law will ensure a minimum level of wage protection and strengthen collective bargaining across the European Union, MEPs have announced.

In a vote on 11 November, MEPs on the Employment and Social Affairs Committee backed requirements to protect wages across the EU, either by establishing a statutory minimum wage or by allowing workers to negotiate their wages with employers.


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