FLOW 23 – A successful conference on digital transformation
02 June 2023
4 Sight Group in collaboration with the Malta Chamber of SMEs organised the 2nd edition...
The Malta Chamber of SMEs participated in a very interesting discussion organised by Fondazzjoni Ideat on Strengthening the National Minimum Wage. SME Chamber CEO Abigail Agius Mamo emphasised that safeguarding our most vulnerable is a common concern on which social partners cooperate regularly and actively together, including the latest initiative by Hon. Andy Ellul of the Low Wage Commission.
Ms Agius Mamo said that the SME Chamber believed in targeted and focused action that understands the reason behind the vulnerability and provides assistance that will really make a difference.
At the same time this work must go hand in hand with increasing productive efficiency and competitiveness.
Sitting with SME Chamber CEO Abigail Agius Mamo on the panel were also Mr Josef Bugeja, Secretary General of the General Workers’ Union GWU, Mr Brendan Zerafa, Consultant with the Parliamentary Secretary Andy Ellul and Anthony Gatt Director at Caritas.
Thanks to Stanley Mifsud for his able moderation and Fondazzjoni IDEAT Chairperson Elaine Degiorgio for organising the activity.
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