State told to bridge ‘divide’

Members of the public at the minimum wage rate consultation in Labasa. Picture: LUKE RAWALAI

LACK of training and economic development in the employment sector has widened the gap between the wage rates of unskilled labourers and other employees, says Chutes Chicken owner Ian Chute. He said it was the responsibility of Government to try and bridge this divide. Speaking at the national minimum wages consultation in Labasa last week, […]

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