Within the framework of the second memorandum in June, we expect new measures required by the Troika.
The Center for Economic Research of Greece, at the behest of the government, wrote the report contained in government expenditure intended to drastically cut.
Interventions of the measures of June include the following areas:
Education - Reduction in salary of kindergarten teachers, teachers, high school professors and academics, possibly with a parallel increase in their working hours.
Thousands of complaints by workers for non-payment the Christmas bonus salary! According to the Special Secretary of the APR, Michael Halaris,the number exceeds 2,000.
Specifically, the complaints received this year's have to do with more than 1,500 companies. An increase of 500% from last year where complaints were around 300.
After completion of the audit of the complaints, the APR will continue with the process of the lawsuit against the companies.
According the law, an employer who fails to pay the early Christmas bonus salary can be punished with up to six months imprisonment and imposing a penalty which can not exceed 50% of debts nor be less than 25% of the amount payable by the employer to employees.
Difficult times for the Insurance bureaus in Greece due to the fact that haircut will seriously influence their funds.The Ministry of Employment and the heads of the Bureaus are claiming this is caused due to the financial crisis and non payments of insurance taxes.