Hike in minimum wages by Rs.120 in the state of Haryana - August 22, 2012

The state of Haryana has announced a hike in minimum wages by Rs. 120. Haryana Chief Minister Bhupiner Singh Hooda said that this hike, which is based on half yearly examinations of Consumer Price Index is to benefit about 11.5 lakh workers.

The state of Haryana has announced a hike in minimum wages by Rs. 120. Haryana Chief Minister Bhupiner Singh Hooda said that this hike, which is based on half yearly examinations of Consumer Price Index is to benefit about 11.5 lakh workers. According to this improvement the minimum wages for unskilled labour would be Rs. 191.04/day, Rs. 196.04/day for semi-skilled (A) labour, 201.04/day for semi-skilled (B) labour, 211.04/day for skilled labour and 216.04/day for highly skilled labour. Hooda also reported that minimum wages for brick kiln workers has been increased.

source: www.financialexpress.com, August 22, 2012. “Haryana Hikes Minimum Wages for Workers”

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