Federal Government to Review Minimum Wage

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The National Salaries Incomes and Wages Commission, has initiated process for the review of the National Minimum Wage.

A statement issued by Commission’s Head of Public Affairs, Emmanuel Njoku, noted that as part of the process to review the minimum wage, which would be due in 2024, the commission had held series of meetings and trainings towards a nationwide monitoring of the Minimum Wage Act 2019.

The statement revealed that the monitoring billed to begin on January 23, would help ascertain the compliance level of public and private employers and organizations.

It added that the monitoring team will among other things inquire if employers keep adequate records of wage and conditions of service of employees.

Written by: Helen Obih

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