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Haiti - Economy : Increase of the minimum wage, the proposal of the deputies worries the economic operators
30/03/2019 08:57:47

Haiti - Economy : Increase of the minimum wage, the proposal of the deputies worries the economic operators
The Tri-Partite Commission for the Implementation of the HOPE Act of 2008 (CTMO-HOPE) and the Office of the Ombudsperson for Labour and the Textile Industry (BMST-ICV, from the French acronym) highly alarmed by the apprehensions raised by the passage on 26 March of a bill by the Chamber of Deputies increasing minimum wage by 79% https://www.haitilibre.com/article-27295-haiti-politique-salaires-minimums-revises-selon-la-proposition-de-loi-vote-par-les-deputes.html in the assembly industries for export and other manufacturing industries (Segment F), all the economical operators that they will make every effort to facilitate the operations of their companies, within the limits compatible with economic factors.

We therefore inviteyoou to keep your calm and assure vou that the highest Authorities of the Government will be sensitized to the need to maintain a climate conducive to the profitability of the textile assembly sector and the well-being of workers.

While the Government is deeply committed to the principals of increasingly improved conditions of living for the workers, it will never break away from the agreed framework for the achievement of such objectives, namely the tri-partite committees, the higher wage commission, (CSS from the French acronym) through working sessions bringing together Government representatives, Employers, and Workers through participatory dialogue.

ln that regard we will highly encourage the pursuit of the implementation of multiple accompaniment measures leading to increased purchasing power of workers, macro-economic stabilization and the prevention of every disruption.

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