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  1. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Hotel, restaurant and shop workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Wages Regulation (Hotel Workers) Order (No. 32 of 2008).

    Adoption: 2008-06-04 | VCT-2008-R-80803

    Sets out the minimum wage to be paid to a hotel worker and specifies the hours of work, overtime, vacation leave, sick leave and maternity leave in the Schedule to the Order. Also provides that the employer is to provide minimum health and safety requirements to a hotel worker at the expense of the employer amounting to two yearly checks by a duly qualified medical practitioner. The employers is also to distribute service charges to a hotel worker pursuant to an agreement between the employer and the hotel worker. Repeals the Wages Regulation (Hotel Workers) Order, 2003 (No. 14 of 2003).

  2. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Hotel, restaurant and shop workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Wages Regulation (Shop Assistants) Order (No. 35 of 2008).

    Adoption: 2008-06-04 | VCT-2008-R-80806

    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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