These are the salary and the bonuses of Igor Kadunc, Director General of RTV Slovenija!

Generalni direktor RTV Slovenija Igor Kadunc. (Foto: STA)

“Dear Sir or Madam, the salary of Director General of RTV Slovenija, Igor Kadunc, is set by the Public Sector Salary System Act. He is classified in the 60th salary grade, for which a gross salary of 4,454.47 euros has been set,” RTV Slovenija answered our question about the salary of Director General Igor Kadunc. In addition to the salary, he also enjoys other bonuses, set for the position of Director General.

The budget of RTV Slovenia amounts to around 120 million euros, of which the taxpayers contribute almost the entire amount; only a small part is brought in by commercial activity. Under Director General Igor Kadunc, just over 2,200 people are regularly employed at RTV. Given the harsh reactions of the management of RTV Slovenija, some anti-Janša journalists, and the dominant media, which is in the hands of the left network, due to the new media legislation, we wanted to find out what Kadunc’s salary is, and how many bonuses he enjoys.

“The salary of Director General of RTV Slovenija, Igor Kadunc, is set by the Public Sector Salary System Act. He is classified in the 60th salary grade, for which a gross salary of 4,454.47 euros has been set. In addition to his salary, he only receives the bonus for the length of service, he does not receive any other salary bonuses, nor does he receive an incentive. Like all civil servants, he receives a food allowance in the amount of 3.94 euros per working day,” was RTV Slovenija’s reply.

Kadunc also uses the company car for private purposes Further, they wrote that Kadunc also uses the company car for private purposes (the car has 305,000 kilometres and is valued at less than 6,000 euros; RTV Slovenija does not have (nor is it specified it should have) a special car and driver for Director General, so the Director General does all the driving himself), and therefore pays the bonus payment of 54.83 euros gross, and does not receive paid mileage or any bonuses for transport to work.

Luka Perš