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Salary Compensation of Rs 400 granted to all employees along with increase in old age pension

Salary Compensation of Rs 400 granted to all employees along with increase in old age pension
Date:December 06, 2018|Domain:Economy & Finance--Civil Service--Employment/Labour--Social Security

​GIS – 06 December 2018: A salary compensation of Rs 400 across the board will be paid to employees of the public and private sectors and the old age pension will be increased from Rs 5,810 to Rs 6,210 as from January 2019, announced today the Prime


Esquel Group Chairman meets Prime Minister

Esquel Group Chairman meets Prime Minister
Date:August 23, 2018|Domain:Business & Industry--Economy & Finance--Employment/Labour--International Relations

​GIS – 23 August 2018: The Chairman of the Esquel Group, Mrs Marjorie Yang, called on the Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Mr Pravind Kumar


Prime Minister discusses employment issues with ILO’s Assistant Director-General

Prime Minister discusses employment issues with ILO’s Assistant Director-General
Date:May 09, 2018|Domain:Employment/Labour--International Relations

GIS – 09 May 2018: The Assistant Director-General and Regional Director for Africa of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) , Ms. Cynthia Samuel-Olonjuwon paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communica


Pay Research Bureau will not be replaced by a new institution or commission, says Prime Minister

Pay Research Bureau will not be replaced by a new institution or commission, says Prime Minister
Date:May 09, 2018|Domain:Civil Service--Employment/Labour

GIS – 09 May 2018: Government does not envisage the replacement of the Pay Research Bureau (PRB) by a new institution or commission. This reply was given by the Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Develop


Prime Minister urges police officers to perform their duty with integrity

Prime Minister urges police officers to perform their duty with integrity
Date:May 07, 2018|Domain:Employment/Labour--Law and Order

GIS – 07 May 2018: Trainee police constables, representing the future of the Mauritius Police Force, should always be driven by core principles such as professionalism, loyalty, hard work and integrity towards the population without any involvement