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Minimum wage report to be tabled in House on May 21

A public meeting on the establishment of a living wage or a minimum wage (File photograph)

A delayed report on the establishment of a minimum wage for the first time will be tabled in the House of Assembly later this month.

Jason Hayward, the labour minister, was expected to bring the report, which will also be used in setting a living wage for workers on the island, before legislators last Friday.

But Mr Hayward told The Royal Gazette on Friday it was that the report would be tabled on May 21.

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Published May 12, 2021 at 7:52 am (Updated May 12, 2021 at 7:36 am)

Minimum wage report to be tabled in House on May 21

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