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Montenegro

30. 12. 2021. 00:00   >>  17:29

SIGNED CONTRACT

Up to 40% higher salaries for medical staff from January 1

Minister of Health Jelena Borovinic Bojovic and representatives of representative health unions signed the Branch Collective Agreement for increasing salaries in health department. Thus, from January 1, 2022, salaries for medical staff will be higher than 30-40 percent, and for non-medical staff between 13 and 26 percent.

On behalf of the Independent Health Trade Union, the contract was signed by Ljiljana Krivokapic, and on  behalf of the Trade Union of Healthcare Employees of Montenegro, Nebojsa Radonjic.

"With today's signing of the Branch Collective Agreement with the representative health unions, we are fulfilling what we promised a year ago that we will increase the salaries of employees in the health system, so that starting from January 1, 2022, salaries for medical staff will increase by 30-40 percent." and non-medical staff between 13-26 percent ", said the Minister of Health after signing the contract.

She emphasized that it is the first time that the Government of Montenegro initiates an increase in salaries in health care, reduces wage inequality, so the highest growth is achieved by employees with lower coefficients, and the smallest directors of health facilities.

"This is another confirmation that we have persevered and that we were serious in our intention to appreciate the efforts and sacrifices of all healthcare employees  who have dedicated their lives to caring for what is most important to us all, and health certainly is." Also, this is proof that the Government and the Ministry of Health are pursuing a responsible policy towards employees in the health system, because through this increase in salaries we want to improve the standards of employees in the health system and restore the reputation of a profession that has been neglected for decades, “Dr Borovinic Bojovic said.

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