Private sector Mauritius
Good news. The private sector employees earning less than Rs 6,500 monthly would shortly receive a salary increase. This is what would provide the next report of the National Board Renumeration. The Minister of Labour hope to see these increases lead before the end of the year.
16 Oct 2013, business.mega.mu
La compensation salariale coûtera Rs 2 milliards au secteur privé et peut aller jusqu'à Rs 2,6 milliards, si l'on inclut les heures supplémentaires et autres dépenses. Ce sont les chiffres de la Mauritius Employers' Federation (MEF).
14 Oct 2013, business.mega.mu
International Women’s Day was celebrated at the J&J auditorium, Phoenix on Thursday in the presence of Prime Minister Dr Navin Ramgoolam, minister of Gender Equality Mireille Martin and UNDP representative Asha Kannen, among others. Dr Ramgoolam urged the private sector to step up efforts so that women are able to climb up the hierarchy. He [...]
09 Mar 2012, The Independent Daily
Following the budget speech 2012 presented on Friday , all trade unions are on the same wavelength and believe that the budget offers more benefits to the private sector giving it the lion’s share. Members of different trade unions namely National Trade Union Confederation (NTUC), Mauritius Labour Congress (MLC), Government Services Employees Association (GSEA) and [...]
07 Nov 2011, The Independent Daily
Upon the invitation of the National Women Entrepreneur Council (NWEC), representatives from the hotel industry, supermarkets and top-notch companies will participate at a buyer-seller meeting with women entrepreneurs on Monday at The Link Hotel, Ebène. The initiative aims to improve relations between the NWEC and the various partners. Organised in collaboration with Barclays Bank PLC, [...]
17 Oct 2011, The Independent Daily