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Minimum wage

By February 27, 2018

Minimum wages are defined that an employer is required to cover wage earners to get the work done. The wage rate can not be reduced below this minimum rate by collective agreement or contract.
The goal of minimum wages is to safeguard employees against unduly low pay. They help ensure a just and fair share of the fruits of progress for also a minimum living wage, and also all to those who are employed and in need of security. Minimum salary can also be just one part of a policy to conquer poverty and reduce inequality, such as those between women and men, by promoting the right to equal remuneration for work of equal importance.

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