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Home help wage rise

People who pay workers for services in the home, such as a cleaner or gardener, can now use a simulator on the official Cesu website to check they have properly calculated a salary rise which should have been applied on October 1.

The increase is proportional to a rise in the homeworkers’ minimum wage from €8.45 net to €8.55, factoring in 10% towards paid holidays.

This came with the removal of a part of the employer’s social charges (towards unemployment benefit) and does not affect the amount of the gross (brut – before social charges) salary.

The simulator is at

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