Saturday, August 16, 2014

Gov't announces minimum wage for 2015







Nag-announce na ang Korean Government ng increase sa sahod para sa 2015.





Sa nauna nating nakita ang proposal a 7.1%.


Eto iyong post ko tungkol dun. http://epsinkorea.blogspot.kr/2014/07/proposed-wage-increase-for-2015.html





Noong August 4, 2014 inilabas ng KoreaHerald na nakita ko naman dahil sa post ng kaibigan natin.


Nagsearch ako ke uncle google kung me galing sa MOEL pero wala talaga so I assume na ito na talaga iyon.


Ito ang nakalagay KoreaHerald, thanks to Saranghaekorea.com, doon ko unang nabasa ang tungkol dito.

South Korea's minimum wage has been set at 5,580 won ($5.40) per hour for next year, up slightly over 7 percent from this year, the labor ministry said Monday.
In late June, a trilateral council of government, labor and management representatives agreed to raise the country's minimum wage for 2015 by 7.1 percent from the current 5,210 won per hour.
The hourly wage translates to 44,640 won a day for those who work eight hours a day and 1.16 million won a month for those who work 209 hours a month. 
The pay raise will affect the nation's estimated 2.66 million workers struggling with low income, according to the council.
The minimum wage rose 2.75 percent on-year in 2010, 5.1 percent in 2011, 6 percent in 2012, 6.1 percent in 2013 and 7.2 percent in 2014.


Here's a comparison ng sahod this year at next year.




Magandang pampagood-vibes to mga ka-EPS.








2 comments:

  1. Bakit hanggang 37 lng ang age limit na mageork sa korea,e kaya pa namang magwork ng 40 above kc galing naman kmi dun?

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    1. yan ang batas ng Korean govt... nakaattend kami minsan sa miting ng HRD, naitanong din yan pero kahit yun taga HRD hindi nya masagot din ng diritso kasi mga mambabatas daw nila ang nagbigay ng age limit na yun...

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