Haryana govt revises minimum wages of workers
Chandigarh, Feb 22 (KNN) The Haryana Government has hiked the minimum daily wages of some sector of workers involving unskilled, semi-skilled, skilled and highly-skilled jobs in the state in order to raise their standard of living.
The government hiked the minimum daily wages of Unskilled workers from Rs 328.52 to Rs 339.51, Semi-skilled class-A from Rs 344.95 to Rs 356.49, Sem-skilled Class B from Rs 362.19 to Rs 374.71, Skilled-A from 380.30 to Rs 393.03, Skilled B from Rs 399.32 to Rs 412.68, Highly Skilled from Rs 419.28 to Rs 433.31.
Besides these, the minimum wages has been revised for other categories that includes Clerical and General staff, Data Entry Operator, Driver, Security Guard, Security Inspector / Security Officer / Security Supervisor, Safai Karamchari in any employment.
With regard to revision in wages, General Secretary of Haryana Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Ravi Vasudev while speaking with KNN India said, “If we see the inflation and other things, then the hike in wages under various categories is not sufficient as far as daily expenses of an individual is concerned.”
Terming the revision in wages, not so good not so bad, he said “Minimum Wages should be given considering all the factors.” (KNN/YV)