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Which Croatian Companies Pay the Most?

Croatia192Croatian tobacco and tourism company Adris grupa has topped the list of the Top 20 highest average monthly salary payers in Croatia…

According to data released by Financial Agency FINA, which ranked the highest average monthly salaries in Croatia (excluding banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions), the Rovnij-based firm comfortably took out the number one spot.

The average net monthly salary in Croatia last year was 4,778 kuna (625 euros), whilst at Adris grupa it was 11 times more than that at 52,552 kuna (6,860 euros) based on 34 employees. In second place, calculating the pay of 17 employees, were newcomers to the Croatian market – Ikea – with an average of 36,746 kuna (4,795 euros). In third place with an average of 36,101 (4,790 euros), calculated from 13 employees, were Worldwide Clinical Trials.

Companies which had monthly averages in excess of 30,000 kuna (4,000 euros) included a number of global IT giants – Oracle Croatia (36.048 kn), Cisco Systems Croatia (36.069) and Microsoft Croatia (34.532 kn). Croatia’s largest privately owned company, Agrokor, were in 17th position on the list (22,624 kuna).

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