Domestic Workers New Minimum Wage

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On 3 December 2018 the following wage increase was granted for Domestic Workers with immediate effect.

Domestic workers who work 27 ordinary hours a week or more:

It is important to note that employers can expect another increase early next year to comply with the National Minimum Wage. In January 2019 employers will have to pay their Domestic workers at least 75% of the national minimum wage.

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