MEF Mauritius

Éclairage: Quand le Fossé Entre Salaires Est Difficile à Combler

Attendu le mois dernier, le rapport du Pay Research Bureau (PRB)ne sera rendu public que pendant le premier trimestre de l’année prochaine. C’est en tout cas la promesse du Premier ministre sir Anerood Jugnauth faite au Parlement il y a deux semaines.

03 Dec 2015,

Emploi : La Pointeuse Biométrique de la Discorde

La grogne s’est installée parmi de nombreux employés tant des secteurs privé que public. Ils s’élèvent contre l’utilisation de la pointeuse biométrique ainsi que celle des caméras de surveillance. Plus que ceux des Etats-Unis ou de l’Angleterre, ils ont l'impression d'être constamment sous surveillance.

14 Sep 2015,

Plan de Relance Economique : d’Autres Réactions du Secteur Privé

Nous publions les réactions d’autres acteurs du secteur privé après la présentation samedi 22 août de l’Economic Mission Statement : Vision 2030 à la Cybercité d’Ébène par le Premier ministre sir Anerood Jugnauth ; un plan de relance économique.

25 Aug 2015,

Projet de Fusion : La MEF et le JEC Deviendront Business Mauritius

Dans quelques semaines, la Mauritius Employers’ Federation (MEF) franchira une étape importante dans son projet de fusion avec le Joint Economic Council (JEC) : l’amendement de sa constitution.

19 Jul 2015,

MEF Offers a Compensation of Rs 200 to Rs 250

After the unions Thursday, it was the turn of the Mauritius Employers' Federation to make a proposal to pay compensation on Friday, October 4. The figure is between Rs 200 and Rs 250. It handed over a document to the Ministry of Finance. And a meeting is scheduled next week to discuss the various proposals.

06 Oct 2013,

Private Sector: Compensation Cost that Paid to Employers

What will be the amount paid to employees? A meeting chaired by the Minister of Finance, Xavier-Luc Duval this Monday, September 23 should give an indication. But anyway, the note may be steep for employers and businesses.

24 Sep 2013,

Wage Increase: MEF Undertakes a Survey

The Mauritius Employers' Federation (MEF) is undertaking a study on employment and the prospects for wage increases in the private sector. The findings of this exercise will be mainly used to formulate the position of employers in tripartite negotiations on wage compensation in 2014.

15 Jul 2013,

Dismissals: Worrying Trend

The resilience shown by local businesses deal with the global economic crisis in 2008 seems to dissipate this year. Official figures speak for themselves: 722 employees were laid off for economic reasons from January to April 2013, 180 layoffs recorded per month.

11 Jun 2013,

The Job Market Falls 44%

Job seekers still have a hard time because the job opportunities fell by 44% in the first four months of the year compared to the same period in 2012. Figures compiled by the Ministry of Labour says it all: 6500 vacancies have been available since the beginning of the year to 38,000 applicants, more than 19,000 unemployed. To complicate matters, the outlook is more favorable.

28 May 2013,

MEF Poll: Only 20% of Companies will Recruit in 2013

The Mauritius Employers' Federation (MEF) has released this week's Annual Business Trends Survey.

14 Mar 2013,

Wage Compensation: Three Sectors Most Affected According MEF

Manufacturing, trade and construction will be heavily penalized by the payment of salary compensation, indicates the Mauritius Employers' Federation (MEF) in the 27th edition of its magazine EcoBrief entitled "Measuring the cost of salary compensation."

25 Sep 2012,

Unemployment Among 16-24 Years Olds: Rate Higher than Average

Figures concerned. A report of the Mauritius Employers Federation (MEF), published Friday, August 17, entitled The Challenge of Youth Employment, shows that the unemployment rate among 16-24 year olds reached 22, 1% for the first quarter of this year.

20 Aug 2012,

Formation of the MEF - Acquire the skills that companies seek

The Mauritius Employers' Federation (MEF) is organizing a series of training which meets the needs of businesses. They cover the scaffolding and safety, the efficient leadership of projects, analysis of training needs and evaluating the impact of training, supervisory skills and the accounting and finance.

03 Nov 2011,

MEF against salary compensation formula

The Mauritius Employers Federation (MEF) does not support the mechanism adopted by the government to determine the quantum of the salary compensation payable from January 2012. In a memorandum sent to the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, the federation deplored the lack of consistency in the mechanism used in the past three years to [...]

08 Sep 2011, The Independent Daily

MEF, Mohamed not on same wavelength

The Mauritius Employers’ Federation (MEF) is against the amendment of the two labour laws – the Employment Rights Act and the Employment Relations Act 2008. They have denounced it one week after the minister of Labour, Employment and Industrial Relations, Shakeel Mohamed stated that he intends to wrap up the issue by early May. “We [...]

27 Apr 2011, The Independent Daily

The average monthly income has increased

About 13000 new jobs were created in 2010

24 Mar 2011,

‘Economy remains vulnerable despite growth’

The Mauritius Employer’s Federation (MEF) released its annual survey report titled ‘Annual Business Trends February 2011’ at it head office at Ebène on Monday.

15 Feb 2011, The Independent Daily