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Labor Institute shows that undeclared employment in Greece still rampant

According to the latest data collected by GSEE’s Institute of Labor and published in Ta Nea, about 1,000,000 people in Greece…

According to the latest data collected by GSEE’s Institute of Labor and published in Ta Nea, about 1,000,000 people in Greece are in a state of undeclared employment.

These estimated 1,000,000 employees are typically paid lower wages without benefits, work full time shifts, but may be registered as part-time employees. The Labor Institute’s data shows that about one in five employees in Greece are not insured.

Additionally, about 300,000 employees are declared as being self-employed by their employers, in an effort to avoid paying insurance contributions and benefits.

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