Tag: sectoral

Contract-Cleaning News

Contract Cleaning Sector Minimum Wages 2018

From the 1st of January 2018, the minimum wages for workers in the Contract Cleaning Sector will be increased, this increase is only valid until the 30th of November 2018, likely in order to allow the Minimum Wage Act to replace the wage table. Additionally it must be noted that Area B will receive two increases, one on the 1st of January and the second on the 28th of February 2018 in order to comply with collective agreements applicable to that region.

Given the current proliferation of trade unions within the Contract Cleaning Sector it is also likely that individual business may be required, by virtue of collective agreements of their clients being extended, to pay higher minimum wages than those listed in the Sectoral Determination 1.

Read more “Contract Cleaning Sector Minimum Wages 2018”

HospitalityWorkers News

Hospitality Sector Minimum Wages 2017/18

From the 1st of July 2017, the minimum wages for the Hospitality Sector will be increased, are you ready?

The Department of Labour has listed the Hospitality Sector as a sector employing vulnerable workers, meaning that a larger interest is given on regulating their hours of work and minimum wages.

Another important consideration here is that due to the nature of work in this sector, employees are often paid low “Basic” wages with the addition of commission.  Read more “Hospitality Sector Minimum Wages 2017/18”

DomesticWorker News

Domestic Workers Minimum Wages 2016/17

From the 1st of December 2016, the minimum wages for domestic workers will be increased, are you ready?

What is the minimum wage for domestic workers?

Every year we hear about minimum wages and the yearly increase. Do not be in the dark 2015/2016, let us explain it to you!

Who is covered by the Sectoral Determination for Domestic Workers?

  • Housekeepers
  • Gardeners
  • Nannies
  • Domestic Drivers

They all are covered by the Sectoral Determination for Domestic Workers, except in the event that they fall under a bargaining council or another Sectoral Determination.

An example of where an employee will fall under Sectoral Determination is a gardener at the office or a cleaner at the factory. Read more “Domestic Workers Minimum Wages 2016/17”