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MoLSA to push for livable wages in ind. parks

The newly amended Ethiopian labor law, which is initiated by the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (MoLSA) and currently under review by the parliamentary standing committee, is said to have incorporated provisions that would help protect the basic rights of workers in terms of safe working environment and decent and livable wages, at the time when global rights advocates are increasingly publicizing the so called “exploitative” wages paid to works at newly built industrial park structures.           

Ethiopian management, crew members enter negotiation mode

The management and employees of Ethiopian Airlines are in a negotiation to settle a number of complaints with its dwindling crew members over pay and benefits. Among these complaints are being overworked and forced to purchase a technologically advanced device to help the airline go paper-less and become fully digitalized.

Int’l trade union laments labor exploitation

Campaigns for minimum wage in Africa The International Trade Unions Confederation (ITUC) joining African trade unions campaigning for a minimum wage Wednesday called on Ethiopian authorities to rein in exploitative wages in the country.