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Cuba Implements Performance-Based Salaries

El Nuevo Herald, Posted: Jun 13, 2008

HAVANA -- Ral Castro's government is replacing Cuba's Communist policy of equal pay for all workers with a new resolution that allows workers to earn a higher salary depending on their production level, reports El Nuevo Herald. Resolution 9/2008, issued Feb. 2 by the Ministry of Labor and Social Security, is expected to be implemented by August. The new policy, meant to increase productivity, calls for each worker to be paid based on what he or she is capable of producing. Businesses that used to have one salary will now have different salary levels for each area. The average monthly salary in Cuba is 408 Cuban pesos, or about $19.

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