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Ireland has raised the minimum wage introduced in 2000 as of January 1, 2024. Employees over 20 years of age in Ireland now receive at least €12.70 per hour. The minimum wage has also increased for employees under 20.

Age Minimum wage per hour
20+ 12,70 €
19 11,43 €
18 10,16 €
Unter 18 8,89 €

This means that the statutory hourly wage for people over 20 is above the German minimum wage of €12.41/h. When posting to Ireland, please note that if your employees receive less than the Irish statutory or collectively agreed minimum wage, you will have to adjust their wages accordingly for working hours in Ireland.

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