New Minimum Wage

September 2007
Irish Motor Management;Sep/Oct2007, p6
Trade Publication
The article announces the National Minimum Wage Act. As part of the act, the National Minimum Wage rate rose on July 2007 to €8.65 per hour for an experienced adult employee. The act is applicable to all workers except in several conditions. These exceptions include close relatives of the employer and employee under training.


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