The 2022 minimum wage is higher than planned.  The employer can't pay less - net expense [17.09.21]

The government decided on the minimum wage in 2022. According to the regulation, as of January next year, the “lowest country” will increase by PLN 210 in total. If the New Deal tax changes take effect, more money will be left in the pockets of lower-income earners. How much will the net minimum wage be? What will be the minimum hourly wage? In the gallery, we provide calculations of minimum wages and examples of higher wages.

The government of Mateusz Morawiecki has decided the amount of the increase Minimum wage in 2022. The amount proposed by the Cabinet for the next year is Total 3010 PLN, which means an increase of 210 PLN. The minimum hourly wage is expected to be zloty 19.70.00. The government had until mid-September to make that decision.

How will this translate into the net salaries of Poles if the tax changes stipulated in the Polish Chada come into effect?

Accounts available in the gallery:

Minimum wage in 2022

This is the cabinet list:

As of January 1, 2022, the minimum wage for work is PLN 3010. As of January 1, 2022, the minimum hourly wage is PLN 19.70.

Lowest national salary – without agreement. The government will decide

In accordance with the procedures, the amount of the increase was sent to the Social Dialogue Council for consultation a few weeks ago. At that time, the government proposed the total amount of 200 PLN.

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