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mnrega: ​ government to rework baseline for paying mnrega wages


new delhi: in wake of lowest rise in daily wages of mnrega workers in some states, the centre is looking to rework the baseline on basis of which the remuneration is paid to beneficiaries under the employment guarantee scheme. according to the union rural development ministry data, the daily wage under the mnrega has risen by just re 1 in assam, bihar, jharkhand, uttarakhand and uttar pradesh, by rs 2 in odisha and by rs 4 in bengal. mnrega wages have been increased by 2.7 per cent this year compared to 5.7 per cent rise in the last financial year. the revised wages applied from april 1. there is huge variation between mgnrega wages notified by the centre and the minimum wage of some states, and mgnrega wages are way below the state's minimum wages, a source said. to end this variation, t.






ideology - how do politicians on the left side of the political spectrum reconci


this a good question, because what seems intuitive is often not exactly so. in this case, immigration doesn't lower wages. for example: a 2016 report by the london school of economics found that the parts of the uk which received the greatest number of eu immigrants suffered no worse a decline in wages than the rest of the country, and declining wages are because of the financial crisis instead. another 2016 report by the national academies of sciences, engineering, and medicine, found that over the past twenty years immigration to the usa has had little to no negative effect on the wages of native-born workers. indeed the immigration of 40 million people over that period has had an overall positive impact economically. regardless of wages, uneducated individuals in developed nations can .






miners, big banks lead the charge on asx


resource stocks surged on monday, providing the index with a solid start to the week after last week's almost 2 per cent drop.the benchmark s&p/asx200 was 0.8 per cent higher to 5771.2 while the broader all ordinaries index closed up 0.7 per cent to 5811.2. no chance wages will suddenly pick upvideo duration02:17previous slidenext slidevideo duration00:43asx winners and losers - a snapshotasx winners and losers - a snapshotthe stand out listings traded on the asx captured at key moments through the day, as indicated by the time stamp in the video.no chance wages will suddenly pick upvideo duration02:17video duration02:17no chance wages will suddenly pick upno chance wages will suddenly pick upthe economics text book on wages is wrong; there are a number of reasons why wages growth will...






as a holi gift, delhi lg anil baijal approves minimum wages bill, labourers to g


delhi lieutenant governor anil baijal on march 3 gave his approval to minimum wages bill, aiming to increase minimum wages for unskilled labour from rs 9,724 to rs 13,350. with this, wages for semi-skilled labour in new delhi too will be up from rs 10,764 to rs 14,698, while those for skilled labour will increase from rs 11,830 to rs 16,182.on feb 25, chief minister arvind kejriwal in a cabinet meet approved the proposal seeking upto 37 per cent hike in the minimum wages for unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled persons in the national capital.following his approval, delhi cm had said that his government gave green signal to all the recommendations of 15-member committee which was set up by former lt governor najeeb jung last year to revise the minimum wages.this is for the second time that.






when profits eat wages we all pay the price


it's too early to be sure, but not too early to suspect that, if we and the other developed economies keep travelling the way we are, conventional wisdom about what constitutes good economic policy may soon need to be turned on its head.asx winners and losers - a snapshotvideo duration00:43previous slidenext slidevideo duration02:17no chance wages will suddenly pick upno chance wages will suddenly pick upthe economics text book on wages is wrong; there are a number of reasons why wages growth will remain subdued. michael pascoe comments.asx winners and losers - a snapshotvideo duration00:43video duration00:43asx winners and losers - a snapshotasx winners and losers - a snapshotthe stand out listings traded on the asx captured at key moments through the day, as indicated by the time stamp .






mgnrega: bid to reduce gap between mgnrega, state wages


new delhi: faced with criticism over the meagre hike in wages for its flagship rural jobs programme, the centre is looking to align both the mahatma gandhi national employment guarantee act and the minimum wages in states to the consumer price index or cpi. officials said the government wants to reduce the gap between the minimum wages in states and those under mgnrega. a new committee comprising state secretaries has been formed to examine the recommendations made by the mahendra dev committee last year on wage calculation to suggest changes in methodology. headed by nagesh singh, additional secretary in rural development ministry, the committee will consult states on switching from cpi for agricultural labour to cpi for rural areas and linking it to minimum wages for states. “states do..






delhi cabinet approves 37% hike in minimum wage for labourers


by: express news service | new delhi | published:february 26, 2017 4:42 am delhi cm arvind kejriwal. (file)the delhi cabinet on saturday approved an increase of around 37 per cent in minimum wages in the capital. chief minister arvind kejriwal claimed that for the first time in the country, the minimum wages had been fixed scientifically.with the cabinet approving the recommendations made by a 15-member committee appointed to review wages in delhi, the minimum wages for unskilled labour will increase from rs 9,724 to rs 13,350. wages for semi-skilled labour will be up from rs 10,764 to rs 14,698 while those for skilled labour will rise from rs 11,830 to rs 16,182.watch what else is making news “we have formed a committee again and taken the lt-governor’s approval. this committee ...






judge tosses suit against nfl over cheerleader wages


a federal judge says a lawsuit accusing the nfl and team owners of conspiring to suppress wages for cheerleaders fails to provide evidence to support that claim         






why securing investment can be a challenge for female entrepreneurs


gemma lloyd had arranged to meet a multi-millionaire for coffee. she was pitching her business idea - a job platform for women - in the hope he would come on board as an investor.what if inflation rises and wages don't?video duration01:58previous slidenext slidevideo duration02:04why is diversity important in the ...why is diversity important in the workplace?speaking at a co-sponsored breakfast between the australian financial review and sap in melbourne, a number of the nation’s cfos discuss the need for business to embrace diversity of thought and people (sponsored).what if inflation rises and wages don't?video duration01:58video duration01:58what if inflation rises and wages don't?what if inflation rises and wages don't?australia has more economic challenges than just sydney a...






cvc concerned over slow disposal of corruption cases in courts


by: pti | new delhi | published:april 14, 2017 6:09 pmthe central vigilance commission (cvc) has expressed concerns over slow disposal of corruption cases registered by the cbi and pending in various courts, some for over 20 years.a total of 6,502 cases registered under prevention of corruption (pc) act were pending trial, as on december 31, 2016.of these, 209 were pending for more than 20 years, 1,424 for more than 10 years and up to 20 years, and 1,974 for over five years and up to ten years, as per cvc’s annual report tabled in parliament recently.as many as 955 cases were pending for more than three years and up to five years, and 1,940 were pending for less than three years, it said.“the commission is concerned about the slow progress of disposal of the large number of cases ...






aap govt approves around 37% hike in minimum wages


new delhi: the delhi government today approved an around 37-per cent hike in the minimum wages for unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled persons in the national capital. announcing the cabinet's decision here, chief minister arvind kejriwal said his government has cleared all recommendations of a 15-member committee set up by former lt governor najeeb jung last year to revise the minimum wages. this is the second time the aap government has approved an increase in the minimum wages. the former lg had in september last year declared the recommendations of a government- appointed committee as "null and void", saying the aap dispensation did not seek his prior approval to form the panel. kejriwal said the committee's recommendations will be sent to lt governor anil baijal on monday and that...






nrega workers get lowest wage hike ever, re 1 in some states


written by shalini nair | new delhi | published:april 27, 2017 4:00 am last financial year, the overall wage increase was slightly higher at 5.7 per cent.in the lowest wage hike under the mahatma gandhi national rural employment scheme, the centre has increased wages by an average of just 2.7 per cent this financial year.in some states like assam, bihar, jharkhand, uttar pradesh and uttarakhand, the increase in daily wages under mgnrega from april 1 is just re 1. it is rs 2 in drought-affected tamil nadu and odisha, and rs 3 in andhra pradesh and telangana.after the revision, the states with the lowest wages are jharkhand and bihar, where workers will now get rs 168 (up from rs 167) per day. haryana has the highest wages, up from rs 259 last year to rs 277.last financial year, the...






nude dancers at déjà vu offered $6.5m to settle federal suit


more than 28,000 exotic dancers at déjà vu clubs across the country will share in a $6.5-million settlement and enjoy more employment rights under a class-action lawsuit settlement pending in federal court in detroit.(photo: joe raedle, getty images) 1987 connect 5 linkedinemailmoremore than 28,000 exotic dancers at déjà vu clubs across the country will share in a $6.5-million settlement and enjoy more employment rights under a class-action lawsuit settlement pending in federal court in detroit.the suit against déjà vu services, related companies and club principal harry mohney alleges the nude and nearly nude dancers are paid no wages but required to pay rent to the clubs, plus 30% or more of their tips. the dancers also face monetary pena...






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do we have record low interest rates? tick. stagnant wages and chronic underpayment of workers? definite tick. added to that, wages for many actually will fall thanks to the fair work commission decision on sunday penalty rates ("paying the penalty: thousands face wage cuts", february 24). now we are told the reserve bank board is agonising over whether to cut interest rates further to help wages growth.reportedly, it's albert einstein who said: "the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results". maybe the rba can conjure him up for a bit of a reality check. elizabeth tout barrabaas a mother of full-time tertiary students, i find the outlook for young people trying to support themselves through uni pretty gloomy.  as it is, ...






australian workers getting a record low share of gdp: report


the share of australian gross domestic product going into workers' pockets has hit a record low, according to a new report.the australia institute analysis shows the 46.2 per cent share of gdp in the march quarter was the lowest recorded since the australian bureau of statistics started collecting the data in 1959.uber board to discuss ceo absencevideo duration01:19previous slidenext slidevideo duration02:17no chance wages will suddenly pick upno chance wages will suddenly pick upthe economics text book on wages is wrong; there are a number of reasons why wages growth will remain subdued. michael pascoe comments.uber board to discuss ceo absencevideo duration01:19video duration01:19uber board to discuss ceo absenceuber board to discuss ceo absenceuber technologies' board will discuss ...






australian workers getting a record low share of gdp: report


the share of australian gross domestic product going into workers' pockets has hit a record low, according to a new report.the australia institute analysis shows the 46.2 per cent share of gdp in the march quarter was the lowest recorded since the australian bureau of statistics started collecting the data in 1959.uber board to discuss ceo absencevideo duration01:19previous slidenext slidevideo duration02:17no chance wages will suddenly pick upno chance wages will suddenly pick upthe economics text book on wages is wrong; there are a number of reasons why wages growth will remain subdued. michael pascoe comments.uber board to discuss ceo absencevideo duration01:19video duration01:19uber board to discuss ceo absenceuber board to discuss ceo absenceuber technologies' board will discuss ...






arun jaitley: government may push wage code bill in monsoon session


new delhi: the labour ministry is likely to push the code on wages bill for passage in the monsoon session of parliament beginning next month. the code would ensure universal minimum wage for all industries and workers. it will also cover those workers who are getting monthly pay of higher than rs 18,000. at present laws on wages do not cover workers getting monthly wage of more than rs 18,000. "we are aiming for that," replied labour secretary m sathiyavathy when asked whether the code on wages bill would be pushed for passage in the forthcoming session of parliament next month. the ministerial panel on labour issues headed by finance minister arun jaitley has already approved the code on wages. the ministry is in the process of getting the draft law approved from the union cabinet afte..






promises made during andhra bifurcation still pending: kalvakuntla kavitha


by: pti | hyderabad | published:june 25, 2017 6:15 pm trs mp kalvakuntla kavitha (express photo by ravi kanojia.)related newstelangana was created three years ago, but many promises made during the bifurcation of andhra pradesh are still pending, said a key leader of the ruling trs, adding the onus is on bjp and congress to put them on top of their agenda for speedy implementation.many of the promises made in the andhra pradesh reorganisation act of 2014, which gave birth to the country’s latest state, are yet to be fulfilled, telangana rashtra samiti (trs) mp kalvakuntla kavitha said.“many of them are pending…the division of many institutions is still pending, division of employees (between andhra pradesh and telangana) in certain cases, high-court (for telangana) is not yet gi...






reality check on insanity of wage growth


do we have record low interest rates? tick. stagnant wages and chronic underpayment of workers? definite tick. added to that, wages for many actually will fall thanks to the fair work commission decision on sunday penalty rates ("paying the penalty: thousands face wage cuts", february 24). now we are told the reserve bank board is agonising over whether to cut interest rates further to help wages growth.reportedly, it's albert einstein who said: "the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results". maybe the rba can conjure him up for a bit of a reality check. elizabeth tout barrabaas a mother of full-time tertiary students, i find the outlook for young people trying to support themselves through uni pretty gloomy.  as it is, ...






reality check on insanity of wage growth


do we have record low interest rates? tick. stagnant wages and chronic underpayment of workers? definite tick. added to that, wages for many actually will fall thanks to the fair work commission decision on sunday penalty rates ("paying the penalty: thousands face wage cuts", february 24). now we are told the reserve bank board is agonising over whether to cut interest rates further to help wages growth.reportedly, it's albert einstein who said: "the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results". maybe the rba can conjure him up for a bit of a reality check. illustration alan moir elizabeth tout barrabaas a mother of full-time tertiary students, i find the outlook for young people trying to support themselves through uni pre...






reality check on insanity of wage growth


do we have record low interest rates? tick. stagnant wages and chronic underpayment of workers? definite tick. added to that, wages for many actually will fall thanks to the fair work commission decision on sunday penalty rates ("paying the penalty: thousands face wage cuts", february 24). now we are told the reserve bank board is agonising over whether to cut interest rates further to help wages growth.reportedly, it's albert einstein who said: "the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results". maybe the rba can conjure him up for a bit of a reality check. illustration alan moir elizabeth tout barrabaas a mother of full-time tertiary students, i find the outlook for young people trying to support themselves through uni pre...






fed survey finds tight labor markets, rising wages


washington — the economy kept growing in april through late may, with more regions citing worker shortages across a widening range of occupations, the federal reserve reported wednesday.in its latest survey of economic conditions nationwide, the fed found that most of its 12 regions viewed economic growth as moderate to modest rates. two districts — boston and chicago — said growth had slowed, while new york said business activity had “flattened out.”businesses reported that labor markets continued to tighten, and many firms were offering higher wages where shortages were most severe. one firm in the district of the fed’s chicago regional bank said that it had been able to attract better applicants and improve the retention of unskilled workers by raising wages 10 percent.the i...






aap govt’s minimum wages too little & inadequate: delhi high court


by: pti | new delhi | published:may 12, 2017 9:31 pm the plea by some associations representing traders, dealers and restaurateurs had challenged the minimum wages notified by the aap government for workmen.the minimum wages recently notified by the aap government are “too little” and “inadequate” to sustain an individual in the prevailing economic conditions in the national capital, the delhi high court said. the observations were made when the court was hearing petitioners like traders, petrol dealers and restaurant owners, who had challenged the delhi government’s notification.it also remarked that these petitioners would not be able to say on affidavit that they were giving all the benefits under the labour law to their workmen. as per the delhi government march 3 notifi...






government department sitting on graft inquiries, railways on top: cvc


by: pti | new delhi | updated: march 10, 2017 5:43 pm central vigilance commission (cvc).inquiry into a large number of corruption cases has been pending with many government departments with the railways being at the top of the list. as many as 730 graft cases — including 350 involving its senior officers — are pending conclusion with the railways, 526 with bharat sanchar nigam limited (bsnl), 268 with indian overseas bank and 193 with the delhi government, the central vigilance commission (cvc) data showed. a total of 164 such cases are pending with state bank of india, 128 with bank of baroda and 82 with bank of maharashtra. at least 100 cases of disciplinary inquiries are pending with punjab national bank, 91 with syndicate bank, 71 with syndicate bank, 50 with union bank of i...






wage payment via cheques or e-mode: president pranab mukherjee gives nod to law


by: pti | new delhi | published:february 17, 2017 4:19 pm president pranab mukherjee. (file photo)the central and state governments can now specify industrial units and other establishments which will have to pay wages either through cheques or by electronically transferring into the workers’ bank accounts, as per a new law. president pranab mukherjee has recently given assent to the payment of wages (amendment) act, 2017, an official order said.a bill in this regard was passed by parliament in the just-concluded first-half of the budget session. the act enables employers to pay wages to workers through cheque or by transferring into their bank account without their written authorisation.the new law has amended the payment of wages act, 1936, which mandated payment of all wages either in






judge tosses suit against nfl over cheerleader wages


a federal judge in san francisco says a lawsuit accusing the nfl and team owners of conspiring to suppress wages for cheerleaders lacks evidence to support that claim.u.s. district judge william alsup dismissed the lawsuit by a former 49ers cheerleader. the suit sought class action status on behalf of all nfl cheerleaders.alsup’s order — issued on thursday — said the lawsuit fails to provide the details of “who did what, to whom..., where, and when” to support its claim of an nfl conspiracy over cheerleader wages.an email to an attorney for the 49ers cheerleader, drexel bradshaw, was not immediately returned. the cheerleader was only identified in the suit as “kelsey k.”alsup gave her an opportunity to amend the lawsuit and refile it by june 15.horse racing: kentucky derby wi...






judge tosses suit against nfl over cheerleader wages


a federal judge in san francisco says a lawsuit accusing the nfl and team owners of conspiring to suppress wages for cheerleaders lacks evidence to support that claim.u.s. district judge william alsup dismissed the lawsuit by a former 49ers cheerleader. the suit sought class-action status on behalf of all nfl cheerleaders.alsup’s order, issued thursday, said the lawsuit fails to provide the details of “who did what, to whom ... where and when” to support its claim of an nfl conspiracy over wages.an email to the 49ers cheerleader’s attorney, drexel bradshaw, was not immediately returned. the cheerleader was identified only as “kelsey k.”alsup gave her an opportunity to amend the lawsuit and refile it by june 15.•the detroit lions agreed to a one-year deal with running back mat...






fifa to cover seamus coleman’s wages during recovery


by: reuters | updated: march 27, 2017 4:13 pm seanus coleman is set to miss the five remaining world cup qualifiers over the next seven months. (source: reuters)everton defender seamus coleman’s wages will be paid by fifa while he recovers from a double leg fracture suffered during international duty with ireland.coleman underwent a successful leg operation on saturday following a wild challenge by wales defender neil taylor, who was immediately dismissed during a goalless world cup qualifier between the two sides last week.the 28-year-old fullback is expected to miss the rest of the premier league season and his wages will be covered by fifa club protection programme during that period.ireland manager martin o’neill said no time scale had been put on coleman’s recovery.“i’m...






trump on pending health care vote: 'we'll see what happens'


- president trump responded to questions about pending gop health care legislation on march 24, saying, “we'll see what happens,” adding that house speaker paul d. ryan (r-wis.) should retain his post even if the bill fails.()






a strike is brewing in tesla factory, technology news, ettech


the tesla workers that are key to ensuring the automaker meets its lofty production targets are threatening to strike, the media reported on tuesday.germany's industrial trade union ig metall are calling for a worker strike at grohmann engineering, the german engineering company tesla bought in november, claiming workers have been making 30% below union wages ever since tesla acquired the company, according to the report. ig metall could decide whether it will call for a strike by ate tuesday in order to negotiate new wages.tesla refuted the claim that grohmann workers are making 30% below union wages."we continue to work directly with tesla grohmann employees and are prepared in the event there is an action initiated by the union," a tesla spokesperson said. "we don't anticipate any ...






income gap between melbourne's richest and poorest suburbs is widening


the divide between melbourne's richest and poorest suburbs is widening.new data shows average incomes are growing much faster in the wealthy inner-east and south than in less advantaged outer areas.there's no housing bubble ... in some placesvideo duration01:46previous slidenext slidevideo duration01:58what if inflation rises and wages don't?what if inflation rises and wages don't?australia has more economic challenges than just sydney and melbourne housing prices, for example wages growth is stubbornly low and so is inflation. michael pascoe comments.there's no housing bubble ... in some placesvideo duration01:46video duration01:46there's no housing bubble ... in some ...there's no housing bubble ... in some placesno, australia isn't suffering a housing bubble. sydney and to a ...






darjeeling bandh: tea garden workers to continue strike today


by: express web desk | new delhi | published:june 13, 2017 9:05 am the strike was observed in nearly 400 tea gardens in darjeeling, kalimpong, jalpaiguri and alipurduar.the joint forum of tea garden workers in northern west bengal will continue their strike on tuesday, seeking to get a raise in minimum wages. the two-day ‘bandh’, which was called in several parts of the hills, including, terai and dooars, by joint forum of trade unions, started on monday. the workers are demanding a rise in wages as per the minimum wages act and benefits as per the food securities act. the strike was declared as illegal by the state government.according to centre of indian trade unions (citu) state general secretary anadi sahoo, the strike received huge response from workers. “we received 100 ...






tarek and christina el moussa sued for alleged unpaid wages


flip or flop’s tarek and christina el moussa are being sued by a man named jonathan schmier for alleged unpaid wages. according to documents obtained by us weekly, the realtor claims the reality stars hired him to find homes for them to flip, but then never paid him. stars at courtschmier alleges in the docs that “tarek and christina el moussa were … going to be filming the show flip or flop in north carolina” and sought him out to “find homes for them in the major cities such as raleigh, nc.” he further claims he was promised $5,000 a home and is entitled to “back wages in the amount of $12,800” and “commission in the amount of $25,000.”biggest reality tv meltdowns of all time in the documents, schmier also accuses the el moussas of blocking his “e-mail address and f...






tarek and christina el moussa sued for alleged unpaid wages


flip or flop’s tarek and christina el moussa are being sued by a man named jonathan schmier for alleged unpaid wages. according to documents obtained by us weekly, the realtor claims the reality stars hired him to find homes for them to flip, but then never paid him. stars at courtschmier alleges in the docs that “tarek and christina el moussa were … going to be filming the show flip or flop in north carolina” and sought him out to “find homes for them in the major cities such as raleigh, nc.” he further claims he was promised $5,000 a home and is entitled to “back wages in the amount of $12,800” and “commission in the amount of $25,000.”biggest reality tv meltdowns of all time in the documents, schmier also accuses the el moussas of blocking his “e-mail address and f...






westpac says bank levy will cost it $260m a year


the big four banks expect to pay $926 million combined in extra tax as a result of the government's new bank levy.asx winners and losers - a snapshotvideo duration00:43previous slidenext slidevideo duration01:19banks angered at new taxbanks angered at new taxanalysts suggest banks will be able to partly offset the government's $6.2b levy by passing it on to customers. clancy yeates reports.asx winners and losers - a snapshotvideo duration00:43video duration00:43asx winners and losers - a snapshotasx winners and losers - a snapshotthe stand out listings traded on the asx captured at key moments through the day, as indicated by the time stamp in the video.no chance wages will suddenly pick upvideo duration02:17video duration02:17no chance wages will suddenly pick upno chance wages will sud..






indians make up majority of suicides in oman


low wages and bank loans are common triggers for suicide and campaigns to help labour class cope with burdens neededworkers at a construction site in muscat, oman. picture used for illustrative purposes only.muscat: indians make up the majority of the suicide victims in oman, new data has revealed.according to data released by the public prosecution, indians made up 15 out of the 25 suicides registered in 2016.ahmad al kharousi, a sociologist, said that suicide cases are most common among those belonging to blue-collar workers who have low wages.“low wages and unpaid bank loans are the common triggers for suicide, thinking that they would be relieved of the burden,” al kharousi told gulf news.he stressed that more campaigns were needed to help people cope with psychological illnesses.






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