Three per cent of companies have stated salary freezes
in 2018 compared to 10 per cent in 2016.
The International Monetary Fund has urged public sector salary freezes
and other reforms in exchanges for loans to Tunisia's struggling economy.
Critics, for example, point out that nonunion middle managers have faced salary freezes
for 15 or more years.
Job cuts and salary freezes
will also be implemented across the public sector, including in education, transportation and the courts.
POLICE have used tear gas and batons to push back protesters throwing projectiles at a demonstration in Paris over public-sector job cuts and salary freezes
. While the demonstration was largely peaceful, a small group of protesters skirmished with police at the end of a march to the Place de la Nation in eastern Paris.
oil services companies) have already taken often strong measures, including planned staff reductions, salary freezes
, or bonus payout reductions," Weidlich said.
"After salary freezes
, furloughs and a government shutdown, it is time for federal employee pay to get back on track.
So the past 12 months of salary freezes
, redundancies and rising prices were actually the 'good times'.
In this era of public service cuts, where job losses and salary freezes
have become the norm, it is quite a pay gulf.
University of Oregon supervisors allowed 15 workers to claim and be paid for unearned overtime and extra work hours during a three-year period to evade the financial curbs of state-mandated unpaid furlough days and salary freezes
, according to an audit performed by the secretary of state's office and released Thursday.
On Thursday, the Cabinet brokered a deal with unions that scraps planned salary freezes
for government and healthcare workers.