FG reluctant to discuss new national minimum wage – NLC

     

    The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Tuesday expressed regrets that the negotiations for a new national minimum wage was yet to commence even as the economic funamentals were changing.
    NLC President The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Tuesday expressed regrets that the negotiations for a new national minimum wage was yet to commence even as the economic funamentals were changing.
    NLC President Comrade Ayuba Wabba who made this known at the ongoing Joint National Public Service Negotiating Council in Yenagoa said that the prevailing economic scenario when the agitation for a national minimum wage started has changed.
    “It is a matter of concern that up till now, the negotiations for a new minimum wage is yet to start, as at the time we tabled our demands, the exchange rate of naira to the dollar was about N150 but todady it is around N360.https://blueprint.ng/fg-reluctant-to-discuss-new-national-minimum-wage-nlc/

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