The minimum wage increases of 0.6% to 9,67 €

As of the 1st of January 2016 the legal hourly minimum wage “SMIC” will increase to 9,67€. In 2015 the SMIC was of 9,61 € per hour.

This increase is the minimum legal increase. The legal increase is based on the inflation rate.

Minimum wage of 9,67€ per hour in 2016

The SMIC for employees under 18 or 17 years old also increases on the 1st of January.

A collective bargaining agreement can now indicate a minimum salary inferior to the SMIC. In this case the employer as the obligation to increase the employee’s salary to the SMIC.

For 2016 the SMIC is the following:

 Over 18 years oldOver 17 years oldUnder 17 years old
Hourly wage9,67 €8,71 €7,74 €
Monthly wage1 466,62 €1321.05 €1173.93 €
Yearly wage17 599.44 €15 852,55 €14 087,11 €

In 2015 is was:

 Over 18 years oldOver 17 years oldUnder 17 years old
Hourly wage9,61 €8,65 €7,69 €
Monthly wage1 457,52 €1311,92 €1166,32 €
Yearly wage17 490,20 €15 743,00 €13 995,80 €

Source
Public services: https://www.service-public.fr/particuliers/actualites/A10230

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