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    Claims to raise the level of workers' wages

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    Claims to raise the level of workers' wages Empty Claims to raise the level of workers' wages

    Post by Rocky Wed 03 May 2017, 2:31 am

    Claims to raise the level of workers' wages



    05/03/2017 0:00

    In harmony with the desires of young people in access to employment
    BAGHDAD / Hussein Tgb - Mustafa al-Hashemi
    In conjunction with the International Workers Day celebrations claims to amend the minimum wage in proportion to the living conditions experienced by the Iraqis, which is witnessing a rise in prices, especially food show. According to the laws, the minimum wage in force in Iraq is not more than 250 thousand dinars per month, or about $ 208, and therefore, the wage per hour for a worker up to $ 30 cents, as the committee to determine the minimum wage for workers, which is chaired by the Ministry of Labor social Affairs, had recommended the adoption of $ 250 thousand dinars minimum wage for workers in the private sector rather than the previous amount of 120 thousand dinars , according to the provisions of Article (46 / item II) of the Labor No. 71 Law of 1987 , the minimum adoption of the worker 's wage is
    Skilled.
    Sees economic researcher Firas Amer need to reconsider the minimum wage being barely fills feed the families, especially consisting of more than 5 members, either for small families, this amount is appropriate , but he Aahakq the desired level of well - being, pointing out that there is a positive case though which enjoy the majority of young people opportunities to work, which indicates a decline in the rates of
    unemployment.
    He Amer in an interview with the "morning" to the need to adopt programs aimed at achieving price stability by educating the public and make them aware of the role they play in the economy through a direct contribution to the supply and demand balance by reducing their desire to buy certain goods that contributes to drop prices.
    In turn , between the competent economic affairs Ahmed is charged that the reality of the wage does not cover the bulk of the demands of everyday life, noting that he makes the family lives according to acceptable living standards, pointing out that the type of work that determines the value of the wage
    daily.
    He is charged in an interview with the "morning" if we talked about in the field of construction work , for example , we find that the minimum wage simple factor ranging from 15 to 25 thousand dinars a day.
    He pointed to the importance of the existence of an active role for the Ministry of Labor in this aspect through a review of the minimum wage so as to ensure a decent living for a worker and his family and be accepted at the same time to his
    work.
    Costly stressed that the spirit of work and creativity available for the younger generation . This seems clear from the continuous search for job opportunities, Maittalb that combine public and private sector efforts for this, urging the need to increase the minimum wage for workers in various government departments form the contract or daily wage, especially including low ranging from 250 to 300 thousand dinars.
    In an economic report monitored hourly work in Arab countries, according to the minimum wage was adopted that the worker works 8 hours per day, or 40 hours of work per week, or 160 hours of work per month.
    In Lebanon, the minimum wage of $ 450, meaning that the worker earns 2.8 dollars per hour. While working in Libya earns about $ 311, or approximately USD 94 cents per hour, and in Jordan about $ 311, which means that the worker earns per hour , about 1.9 Dolar.aisal minimum applicable in Morocco to around $ 300, so the Moroccan worker earns per hour , about $ 1.87.
    In Egypt , the citizen earns about 1,200 pounds, or about $ 65, meaning it earns per hour during work about 39
    cents.

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