Over 7,400 employers wage defaulters

A total of 7,413 employers that have 25,845 workers on their payrolls, failed to pay salaries to their employees, according to updated statistics released by the Croatian Tax Administration on Monday.

The statistics were derived from the so-called JOPPD forms handed to the Administration for the January-December 2015 period, and they show that 6,164 legal entities with 22,198 employees failed to pay salaries and 1,249 physical persons with 3,656 workers.

Wage defaulters are those who fail to pay salaries for at least three months in a row.

The updated figures covered the period from July to December 2015, the Tax Administration reported on its web site.

Last update: Mon, 22/02/2016 - 19:15
Author: 

More from Croatia

Croatia should be stronger bridge between EU, S-E Europe, German official says

Senior German official Michael Roth said on Tuesday Croatia was a bridge between the European Union and Southeast...

Nature magazine writes about plagiarism scandal involving Croatia’s science minister

Nature, international weekly journal of science, on Tuesday ran an article about the plagiarism scandal involving...

Petrov and Bulj not stripped of immunity in private suit

The parliamentary Credentials and Privileges Commission (MIP) on Tuesday rejected motions to strip two Bridge...

Croatian PM says economy minister wouldn't put private interest before state's

Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Tuesday that Deputy PM and Economy Minister Martina Dalic enjoyed his full...

Bloomberg ranks Croatia 41st among 50 most innovative economies

According to Bloomberg's innovation index, Croatia is ranked 41st among the 50 most innovative economies, down three...