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San Marino - Minimum Wages - 2011


LAST UPDATE

22 November 2011

SOURCES


Name of Act

Declaration of the Citizens’ Rights and Fundamental Principles of San Marino (Dichiarazione dei diritti dei cittadini e dei principi fondamentali dell’ordinamento sammarinese. Testo coordinato della Legge 8 luglio 1974, n.59, con le modifiche derivanti dalle Leggi 19 settembre 2000, n.95 e 26 febbraio 2002, n.36)

Name of Act

Act No.7 respecting the protection of labour and of workers (Legge per la tutela del lavoro e dei lavoratori), of 17 February 1961.

Name of Act

Law-Decree No.110 of 22 July 2011 (Decreto-Legge No.110 22 luglio 2011)

Name of Act

Law No.89 of 24 July 1987 (Legge n. 89 di 24 luglio 1987)

Name of Act

Law Decree No.156 of 5 October 2011 (Decreto Legge no.156 5 ottobre 2011 interventi urgenti per la semplificazioni e l’efficienza del mercato del lavoro)

Name of Act

Minimum wage rates fixed by collective agreements in force from the 01/03/2009 (Tabella delle retribuzioni minime)

Other source used

Human Rights Report 2011 San Marino, of the U.S. Department of State

LEGAL DEFINITIONS


Minimum wage

The national minimum wage is the lowest wage applicable to an 18 year old worker.
Human Rights Report 2011 San Marino

MINIMUM WAGE FIXING


Procedure


Minimum wage set through decentralized collective bargaining

Minimum wage in San Marino is determined by collective agreements. In this respect, minimum rates of payment are provided for the following sectors; textile sector, transportation sector, production of paper sector, ceramic sector, chemistry sector, laundry, liquour and food sector, mechanical sector, and within each sector, 8 different categories of workers with different rates.
Minimum wage table

Coverage


Scope

Every contract shall stipulate the minimum guaranteed rate of remuneration by time for every category covered by the contract.

Minimum wage in San Marino is determined by collective agreements. In this respect, provided minimum rates of payment is provided for the following sectors; textile sector, transportation sector, production of paper sector, ceramic sector, chemistry sector, laundry, liquour and food sector, mechanical sector, and within each sector, 8 different categories of workers with different rates.
Act No.7 respecting the protection of labour and of workers Art.14
Minimum wage table

Coverage rate

Worker’s remuneration may be paid on a time or on a piece-work basis, according to the requirements of the work.
Act No.7 respecting the protection of labour and of workers Art.14

Specific minimum wage rates


» Specific minimum wage by sector

Minimum wage in San Marino is determined by collective agreements for the different sectors.
Minimum wage table

» Minimum wage levels for specific categories of workers


» Trainees

Trainees are entitled to enjoy a percentage of the minimum wage fixed by collective agreement for the sector in which are employed and for the whole duration of the training; 55% for the first trimestre, 60% for the second, 70% for the third and 75% for the fourth and 80% from the fifth month until the end of the training contract.
Law Decree No.156 Art.11

» Youth

Without prejudice of better conditions provided by the contract of employment, young workers are entitled to enjoy a percentage of the minimum wage fixed by collective agreement for the sector in which are employed; 60% for the first trimestre, 65% for the second, 70% for the third and 80% for the fourth.
Law-Decree No.110 Art.4
Law No.89 Art.11

» Piece-rate workers

The rates of remuneration for piece work, based on the normal working capacity of the average worker, should enable the worker to earn a minimum remuneration of 10% more than the basic wage.
Act No.7 respecting the protection of labour and of workers Art.14

Level


Minimum wage level(s) in national currency

As a reference we take the rates of payment established for those workers who are not included in any of the sectors covered by collective agreement.

The wage rates varies in a range from 1.456,29 to 2.912,56 euros per month depending on the category of worker.
Minimum wage table

Last minimum wage update

Minimum wages were last adjusted on March 1st, 2009
Minimum wage table

In-kind allowances

The remuneration may be calculated in part or as a whole, including sharing in profits or protection, commissions or benefits in kind. In the latter case, shall not be valid if the average amount of the payments in kind for a whole year is not equal to the basic wage prescribed for the category.
Act No.7 respecting the protection of labour and of workers Art.14

Rate of payment


» Monthly

The remuneration shall be paid at least once a month, in the case of technicians, intermediary staff and salaried employees.
In the case of remuneration for piece work or based on the system of sharing in profits or protection, the worker may be paid by way of two-monthly or monthly instalments.
Act No.7 respecting the protection of labour and of workers Art.14

» Other

The remuneration shall be paid periodically by pay packet or envelope at least one every fortnight in the case of manual workers.
Act No.7 respecting the protection of labour and of workers Art.14

Specific provisions

For equal work women shall be paid a wage equal to that paid to male workers.
Act No.7 respecting the protection of labour and of workers Art.15

Enforcement mechanisms


Labour inspection

The labour inspectorate shall be responsible for the application of all legislation made for the protection of labour and workers and shall report and prosecute all violations of the Labour standards and institute prosecutions before the competent judicial authorities.
Act No.7 respecting the protection of labour and of workers Art.50

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