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The German government has announced that it will increase the minimum wage by almost 2.3% in 2022.
Additional Information: Since Jan. 1, 2020, the gross minimum wage has been €9.35. The Minimum Wage Commission recommended increasing the minimum wage in several stages to €10.45 by July 2022.
BAL Analysis: Businesses may see a slight increase in labor costs because of the new minimum wage. Employers should take the new wage minimums into account when planning their 2022 budgets.
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