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Nombre: Labour Institutions Wages Order 2013 (GN 196 of 2013).
País: República Unida de Tanzania
Tema(s): Salarios
Tipo de legislación: Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza
Adoptado el: 2013-06-28
Entry into force:
Publicado el: Gazette of the United Republic of Tanzania, Supplement No. 24, 2013-06-28, Vol. 94, No. 26, 8 pages, ISSN: 0856-034X (PDF of Supplement No. 24) (DOC.NORMES)
ISN: TZA-2013-R-94094
Enlace: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=94094&p_lang=es
Bibliografía: Gazette of the United Republic of Tanzania, Supplement No. 24, 2013-06-28, Vol. 94, No. 26, 8 pages, ISSN: 0856-034X PDF of Supplement No. 24 PDF of Supplement No. 24 (DOC.NORMES)
Resumen/cita: The coming into force of the Wage Order has the following implications to employers:
i. Employers who are currently paying their employees' wages which are lower than those prescribed under the Second Schedule should adjust such wages in order to be in compliance with the new Wage Order.
ii. The Wage Order prescribes minimum wages; these can be improved through collective bargaining agreements.
iii. Employers who at the commencement of this Wage Order are paying higher rates of wages and are providing more favorable terms and conditions of employment than those prescribed in the Second Schedule should continue to pay such higher wages which for the purpose of this Order shall be deemed to be the minimum wage.
iv. The Wage Order does not include Fringe Benefits; these will continue to be a subject of collective bargaining agreements. However, an employee shall in addition to annual paid leave, be entitled to leave travel assistance once in every two (2) years of continuous services with the same employers.
v. Employers who are in other sectors not mentioned in the 12 Sectorial Minimum Wage Boards (listed below) should pay their employees Tshs 100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Shillings).
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