SLOVENIA: Textile Workers In Line For SIT5,000 Pay Rise
Slovenian textile companies have agreed to increase workers' wages by SIT5,000 following negotiations with the Union of Textile and Leather-Processing Industries.
Additional pay rises will depend on individual companies' results from 2003.
Approximately 10,000 employees in the sector are expected to benefit from the increase.
Discussions were restarted after the union threatened to stage strikes.
- Why do modern robotics elude sportswear makers?
- Traditional financing is a misfit for fast fashion
- Trump trade policy – Who knows what he'll do?
- Planning is key to an effective inventory strategy
- How would end of NAFTA affect US apparel industry?
- US Q3 in brief - G-III Apparel, Express
- Bagir exports first trousers for H&M from Ethiopia
- Film documents Cambodia garment workers' stories
- Esquel efficiency drive continues to boost brands
- Pakistan suspends India cotton imports
- Outdoor performance apparel 2016: A broader perspective
- Global market review of lingerie – forecasts to 2022
- Global apparel markets: product developments and innovations, October 2016
- Footwear Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide_2016
- REPORT BUNDLE: Africa-Med, Southeast Asia and Central America strategic sourcing pack