Pro-government union discusses adoption of wage scale for private sector
The proposal will be discussed within the Bolivarian Union of Workers
Members of the Bolivarian Union of Workers are considering the adoption of a salary scale and a wage scale for private sector workers and employees.
Franklin Rondón, a member of the union, said that his organization is preparing a proposal that will be discussed with workers and will be submitted to government.
"The private sector must have a salary scale and a wage scale. We are drafting a proposal that will be discussed within the Bolivarian Union of Workers," Rondón told El Universal.
He said that the proposal is based on Article 100 of the new Organic Labor Law, which provides the principle of "equal work, equal salary."
He recalled that there is already a wage scale for public sector employees and a salary scale for government workers.
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