Minimum Wage in Honduras Not Defined
Since last December, employers and workers are negotiating a wage increase.
Thursday, February 3, 2011
Honduran president Porfirio Lobo, said that in the absence of a consensus between the parties, the government will define the increase.
In the absence of agreements at negotiating tables between employers and employees, the President approved the increment.
The increase will be retroactive to January 2011, and will be structured in 9 categories from 6.5% to 13%.
Labor leaders and the private sector failed to agree on setting minimum wages for 2011.
The Minister of Works expects that during negotiations next Tuesday, businessmen and workers will finally reach an agreement that is acceptable to both parties.
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