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What is the change? Turkey has announced minimum salary increases that impact salary thresholds for foreign workers.
What does the change mean? Effective Jan. 1, the gross minimum monthly wage is 2,558.40 Turkish lira (about US$486). Aside from the minimum salary requirement, the salary to be paid to the foreign employee must be commensurate with the position considered. If foreign payroll is in place, it must meet the same criteria.
Additional information: The monthly minimum salaries required for work permits are as follows:
Analysis & Comments: The new salary minimums mark a significant increase above 2018 levels. Employers should be sure to take the new minimums into account when planning their 2019 budgets. Applications that are not supported by the appropriate salary will be rejected. The new salary levels apply whether the person is being hired locally or sent to Turkey on assignment (with an assignment letter).
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