IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? Austria has increased its minimum salary requirements for 2017 for foreign workers employed under EU Blue Cards and Red-White-Red Cards.
What does the change mean? The following gross monthly salary minimums are applicable for 2017:
BAL Analysis: Employers should make sure they comply with the new salary thresholds for high-skilled foreign workers coming to Austria in 2017 on Red-White-Red Cards or EU Blue Cards.
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