Eye on Maharashtra polls: Govt doubles minimum wages of workers, 1 crore labourers set to benefit
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Eye on Maharashtra polls: Govt doubles minimum wages of workers, 1 crore labourers set to benefit

By The Indian Express calender  25-Jul-2019

Eye on Maharashtra polls: Govt doubles minimum wages of workers, 1 crore labourers set to benefit

Ahead of the Assembly elections, the Maharashtra government on Wednesday doubled the minimum wages of workers employed in 10 lakh shops and establishments. The move, state’s labour department officials said, is likely to benefit around one crore labourers.
As per norms, minimum wages are expected to be revised every five years following recommendations from the Maharashtra Minimum Wages Advisory Board. However, labour department officials said, this is the first time in nine years that the wages have been revised.
As per the revised wages, in municipal corporation limits the wages have been increased from Rs 5,800 to 11,632 for skilled workers, from Rs 5,400 to Rs 10,856 for semi-skilled workers and from Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,021 for non-skilled workers.

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