Thursday, 1 January 2015

New Minimum Wage 2015 - TT$15

To all my minimum wage workers in Trinidad and Tobago, please don't forget that you should now be receiving no less than $15 per hour.


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10 comments:

  1. Is it possible to contact you via phone?

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    1. Yes. There is a number on www.jbemploymentconsulting.com

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  2. HI good day .
    I am currently employed with a well recognized private company.
    Its strange, after January 4th 2015, many workers are still receiving below minimum wage eg $12.50 and $14 an hour what measures can be executed to correct this situation. Also what is the law pertaining to overtime working extra hours rather than the 12 hours shift agreed upon and working on public holidays ?
    On another note what is the Breakfast break and Lunch times duration assign with relation to 12 hour shift workers for private sector ?

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    1. send me an e-mail on
      contact @ jbemploymentconsulting.com

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  3. I am not a minimum wage worker. However I am being told at my work place that if i have not completed 40 hours for the week and have worked overtime on a given day those hours will be rolled back until my regular working hours for a week are completed and then whatever hours are left i will be paid for. Note i am a daily paid worker and work 5 days a week

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  4. Hi i work at a drugs store in marabella i get $19.50 an hour do i still fall within the minimum wage category

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  5. I was working 12 hrs/shift for a company getting $17/hr flat but they fired me and I only realized that after 8hrs I supposed to get time and a half. Cld I go to labor board?

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