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Name: Wages Regulation (Shop Assistants) Order (No. 35 of 2008).
Country: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Subject(s): Hotel, restaurant and shop workers
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 2008-06-04
Entry into force:
ISN: VCT-2008-R-80806
Bibliography: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Statutory Rules and Orders, 2008, Government Printer, Government Printing Office, Campden Park, pp. 147-151
Abstract/Citation: Sets out the minimum wages to be paid to a shop worker in the Schedule to the Order. Provides that a shop worker shall work eight hours per day inclusive of one hour for lunch. A watchman is to be employed for twelve hours per day for a period of six days. The overtime wages, vacation, sick leave, and maternity leave of a shop assistant is set out in the schedule. An employer is to observe health and safety requirements by providing at least two yearly checks by a duly qualified medical practitioner at the expense of the employer to all food handlers. Repeals the Wages Regulation (Shop Assistants Workers) Order 2003 (No. 18 of 2003).
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