This is very precious and precious. Ergün Atalay had previously said that there is no minimum wage in unions anyway. Ergün Atalay said, “Employees in the remotest corners of Anatolia receive the same salary as those in metropolitan cities. “There is no need for me to be here, it would be more appropriate for other unions to be here,” he said.
There will be 2 women, 2 men and 4 minimum wage employees in TÜRK-İŞ’s Minimum Wage Determination Commission. They will tell about their livelihood, purchasing power and all their problems. It will be valuable to the other parties at the table. TÜRK-İŞ is trying a different method. I hope they will be able to get the amount they deserve.