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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.           

MoLSA Certifies newly formed Employers’ Confederation

The Newly formed Employers’ Confederation gets accreditation from Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (MoLSA).

The Confederation got its accreditation on May 31, 2018, a week after its official formation.

During its establishment, the Confederation has elected a president, three vice presidents and eight other executive committee members, who will serve for the coming four years.