# Railways - golden parachutes

As often happens in Slovakia habit, the state's financial institution which takes from poverty and gorilas give. A hardworking punishing taxes.

Let's look at a short work of director Railway Company ZSSK - Mgr . P. K. :

• 18 months 'work' as director
• reduction and vyškrtanie connections
• increase in frequencies around BA
• raise fares by up to 100 % for short distances . An average of 20 % .
• Trains run for ordinary people still have a 40 year old and dirty, scratchy

• Basic salary : 3190 Euro

• Golden Parachute : 169142 Eur

• Education: Social Work and Human Resources Management (UK Bratislava )

• never worked in a private company

• to work by car, not by train ( preaching water and drinking wine )

• ZSSK despite the money is still in a deep loss

Calculate:

1. How many States still work globally P. K.

2. Average monthly earnings P. K. ( and net of allowance)

3. How many ordinary people paying annual taxes of 925 Eur had to nurture Kravca

4. How much would
5. saved state, if it behaves like a good economic and managerial contracts should write more motivation, ie fix 343 Eur + 0.1 ‰ from the profits ZSSK

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Result

a =  226562
b =  12587
c =  245
d =  220388

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