National Minimum wage
Enugu NLC, TUC kick against bill to decentralise National Minimum Wage
The organised labour in Enugu State has kicked against the bill at the National Assembly seeking to decentralise the National Minimum Wage in the country.
Labour to prioritise implementation of minimum wage in 2020
The conclusion of the consequential adjustment of the national minimum wage and its subsequent implementation of minimum wage at the state level will form the fulcrum of labour movement
‘HR profession upwardly mobile, charting path for organisational growth’
New President and Chairman, Governing Council of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM), Wale Adediran, in this interview with GLORIA EHIAGHE, spoke about the positive growth of the Human Resources (HR) profession in Nigeria. He explained how passionate the institute is in changing the unemployment narrative and his plans for the institute during his two-year tenure, among other national issues.
We’ll review PTAC report on new minimum wage expeditiously – Buhari
President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday in Abuja received the report of the Presidential Technical Advisory Committee on the Implementation of the National Minimum Wage (PTAC) with a pledge to review it expeditiously. The PTAC, which was inaugurated on Jan. 9, was mandated to advise the Federal Government on how best to fund, in a sustained…
FG proposes N24,000 minimum wage
The Nigerian Government has proposed N24,000 as the new minimum wage for Federal civil servants. This is coming a few days after the Nigeria Labour Congress suspended its warning strike which was observed in part across the country. The NLC had initially proposed a N50,000 minimum wage for workers, a move opposed by many state…
FG set to announce new minimum wage
The Federal Government is set to announce the new minimum wage as the Tripartite Committee completes its assignment for onward submission to President Muhammadu Buhari. Mr Ayuba Wabba, NLC President, made this known while speaking with newsmen on Monday in Abuja. According to him, the committee used the two-day to reconvene and deliberate on a…
The national minimum wage revisited
The current paltry minimum wage of N18,000 per month is untenable and unconscionable for reasons which are cogent and palpably obvious.
Payment of workers’ salaries: What an achievement
Payment of workers’ salaries, is not an achievement of government! Every worker deserves his pay! It is the right of the worker and not a generous act of political kindness from the government.