Horti Workers Awarded 71,36% Pay Hike

16-10-2019    21:41   |    Newsday

ZIMBABWE’S agriculture industry has awarded its employees in the horticulture sector a 71,36% salary increment which is, however, too little to cushion them from the prevailing economic hardships.

Before the adjustment, the least paid employee in the horticulture sector was earning $213 a month, while the highest was taking home $421.

Following the latest adjustment, the lowest paid employee will now get $365 while the highest paid will earn $722.

In a circular, the National Employment Council for the agriculture industry said the wage review and agreement, signed on October 3, was reached by several parties, among them, the Zimbabwe Agricultural Employers Organisation, the Zimbabwe Commercial Farmers’ Union, Zimbabwe Farmers Union, Commercial Farmers’ Union, General Agriculture and Plantation Workers’ Union of Zimbabwe and the Horticulture General Agriculture and Plantation Workers’ Union of Zimbabwe.


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