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Old 21.03.2011, 10:45
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Min salary based on education, position and experience

I've read somewhere (EF or net) that there is there is some Kanton/Fed gov body in CH where you can file a complaint about being paid too little for your job role, education level and experience. I know someone close to me in such situation and even had her boss admit that indeed the salary they are paying her is too low.

I read somewhere that someone was able to show this to that particular government body and they pretty much made the employer adjust the salary.

Tried searching the forum but no luck..

Thanks in advance for any info.
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