SME Chamber assisting wedding sector through Covid
06 May 2021
The SME Chamber is working to seek further clarifications on the gradual return to normality...
In exercise of the powers conferred by article 4 of the Employment and Industrial Relations Act, the Minister for Justice, Dialogue and the Family, on the recommendation of the Employment Relations Board, has made the following order:-
1. The title of this Order is the Wage Increase (Employees)
National Standard Order, 2012, and this Order shall come into effect on the 1st January, 2013.
2. (1) The wages of whole-time employees shall be increased by € 4.08 per week.
(2) The hourly rate of part-time employees shall be increased by the same amount as the increase in the hourly rate of a comparable full-time employee, calculated after including the weekly increase in sub-article (1), or in cases where there is no comparable category of whole-time employees at the workplace, by the hourly rate of a comparable whole-time employee in an applicable Wage Regulation Order, or in the absence of an applicable Wage Regulation Order, by one-fortieth of the rate of increase specified in sub-article (1).
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