Prikaz samo enega sporočila - znotraj teme...
[#2759452] 20.02.19 20:29 · odgovor na: (# 2759250)
V drugem članku mi je posebno padel v oči tale del:
By removing the boards and calling for new ones to be elected, Benedikt says that Iceland may have lost some top executives overseas, but that wage inequality would probably have been less of an issue than it is today as a result.V vednost: 1,8 MISK = cca 13.260 EUR (cca Brodnjak danes), 3,8 MISK = cca 28.000 EUR in 4,2 MISK = cca 30.940 EUR (cca Brodnjakov uišful tinking). In kakšna so razmerja med sedanjo Brodnjakovo plačo in plačami ministrov ter predsednikov vlade, državnega zbora in republike?
Benedikt was finance minister when the recommendation was made to all State-owned companies, including the banks, but various boards immediately rejected the advice. “I think these are very high wages,” he said of the two bank chiefs’ current salaries. “When I was a government minister, I earned 1.8 million krónur a month. I thought that was a very good wage and it was the best salary I had ever had.”
Landsbankinn chief Lilja Björk Einarsdóttir now earns 3.8 million krónur a month and her counterpart at Íslandsbanki, Birna Einarsdóttir, now earns 4.2 million krónur a month.
Tudi sicer so plače in obdavčitve dela te dni na Islandiji očitno vroča tema, če naj sodimo po člankih tamkajšnje javne RTV hiše v angleščini.
Vse ocene tega sporočila:Ni nobene :(