Minimum Wage Consultations for St. Ann, Wednesday


The Ministry of Labour and Social Security will be holding a regional consultation on the National Minimum Wage and the Minimum Wage for Security Guards on Wednesday (March 10) at the Irish Rover Restaurant and Pub, Drax Hall, St. Ann’s Bay, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
This is the second in a series of islandwide consultations being hosted by the Minimum Wage Advisory Commission, as it begins review of the National Minimum Wage and the Minimum Wage for Security Guards.
Members of the public and interested organizations are invited to put forward comments, suggestions or proposals for consideration.
The Minimum Wage Advisory Commission comprises representatives of the government, trade unions and employers’ group, and is mandated to review minimum wage rates, annually.
Last year, the National Minimum Wage was increased by ten percent, moving from $3,700 to $4,070 per 40-hour work week.

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