Bill to set daily minimum wage to P600 filed in Congress

UNTV News and Rescue

Two party-list congressmen want an increase in minimum wage of all private sector workers from the current P512 to P600 a day.

Kabayan Party-list Representatives Ron Salo and Ciriaco Calalang filed on April 26 the House Bill No. 7527 that seeks to impose a fixed national daily minimum wage of P600.

The measure would no longer give the regional tripartite wages and productivity boards the right to impose varying regional wage rates.

 The bill also seeks to establish a uniform wage of P600 for both agricultural and non-agricultural workers across the country.  – UNTV News and Rescue

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