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    The latest developments in the new employee salary scale and its minimum

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    The latest developments in the new employee salary scale and its minimum Empty The latest developments in the new employee salary scale and its minimum

    Post by Rocky Sat 29 Apr 2023, 4:51 am

    The latest developments in the new employee salary scale and its minimum

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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    The head of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Atwan Al-Atwani, revealed the latest developments in the new salary scale.
    Al-Atwani said in a televised statement this evening: "The salary scale is separate from the financial budget and its arrival coincided with it," stressing that "the salary scale is related to a decision of the Council of Ministers."
    He added, "We will not accept the minimum salary for any employee, that it is not less than 400,000 dinars for the nominal salary and upwards," stressing that "the salary scale deals with the nominal salary and the lower job grades."
    Al-Atwani pointed out, "There are 50% and 30% allowances, such as serious, marital, living, certificate, and other allowances. These can be combined and obtained by the employee in addition to his nominal salary."
    He stressed that "the salary scale is under the responsibility of the government, and we feel that the government is serious about proceeding with the salary scale, but it may discuss it after the House of Representatives approves the budget."
    Al-Atwani noted that "any salary increase has an economic impact on the market, goods and services, so it must be studied from all sides."
    He stressed that "the salary scale is in the Council of Ministers, and we follow it as a financial committee, and it is not its responsibility or the responsibility of the House of Representatives, but we look forward to the good of the government's seriousness in fairness to the employees."
    And the appearance of Muhammad Salih, the financial advisor to the Prime Minister, confirmed yesterday, Thursday, that the salary scale law was transferred from the Council of Ministers years ago," noting that "it needs political consensus to pass it."
    Salih told (Baghdad Today) that "the law discusses salaries in two directions, the first is fairness to junior employees and retirees with increases that exclusively guarantee minimum living standards only, and the other is to change high salaries towards setting limits for them, especially those that were legislated by a number of laws after 2003 or the privileges granted to some without others of the same job grade. 
    He explained, "This requires political consensus and a major disengagement, as it is a (radical) measure that requires setting a specific limit for job grades."
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