added: 02.10.2015
Twelfth edition of annual report on labour costs in Central and Eastern Europe. For the first time covers 17 countries. Presented in new spreadsheet format in addition to pdf printable file. + more
added: 03.11.2014
Updated set of country Labour Costs & Earnings Country Fact Sheets, based on 2013 annual data has just been released. + more
Labour Costs CEE 2014

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02.10.2015

Labour Costs in Central and Eastern Europe edition 2015 release

Twelfth edition of annual report on labour costs in Central and Eastern Europe. For the first time covers 17 countries. Presented in new spreadsheet format in addition to pdf printable file.

Twelfth edition of annual report on labour costs in Central and Eastern Europe.

Published since 2003 the report is a recognised source of labour-related data, analysis and forecasts.

The report, based on full year data for 2014 provides the most up-to-date picture of labour cost levels and trends in the wider CEE and CIS regions.

The Edition 2015 is first published in spreadsheet format, includes ten years of basic data and extended comparison of labour costs for the manufacturing sector’s sections, sub-sections and divisions.

For the first time report covers 17 countries including Belarus, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, Serbia.

Report contains latest data available from national statistical organizations as well as estimates, aiming at providing the most complete picture allowing direct comparisons of cost levels in different countries.

The report contains data on:

  • Gross and net earnings
  • Minimum statutory wage
  • Labour costs
  • Obligatory social security contributions
  • Labour costs and gross earnings by NACE sections, sub-sections and divisions for Manufacturing sector
  • Labour costs and gross earnings by regions
  • Data on prevailing labour costs and gross earnings outside of the capital city

Sources of data include national statistical offices, the International Labour Organization, Database CE.

Countries covered: Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.

The report contains 95 excel worksheets, 145 tables and 40 graphs. PDF print file contains 172 pages.