Livelihood rehabilitation program began for tourism staff

[ad_1] August 27, Kathmandu. The implementation of the Sustainable Tourism Project for the Revival of Livelihoods of the Nepal Tourism Board and the United Nations Development Program has begun. The program started in entrance of the doorway of Tribhuvan International Airport on Sunday. The program has been launched in coordination with Kathmandu Metropolitan Corporation as… Continue reading Livelihood rehabilitation program began for tourism staff

Increased minimal wage of staff in lodges can’t be carried out: Entrepreneur

[ad_1] June 2, Kathmandu. Hoteliers have mentioned that at current the minimal wages won’t be paid. The businessman himself, stating that lodges, that are probably the most affected industries by Corona, are in bother and mentioned that the brand new wage printed within the Nepal Gazette can’t be carried out within the lodge sector instantly.… Continue reading Increased minimal wage of staff in lodges can’t be carried out: Entrepreneur

Government has no plan to save lots of employees trapped overseas

[ad_1] April 29, Kathmandu. Bharat Giri of Biratnagar, working in Malaysia, had a ticket to Nepal on April 28, however stayed there after testing optimistic for PCR. Meanwhile, he’s disillusioned after canceling worldwide flights from April 23 to regulate the second wave of the Corona epidemic in Nepal. Giri’s visa has expired and there’s no… Continue reading Government has no plan to save lots of employees trapped overseas

Social Security Fund: Deprivation of family facilities of deceased workers due to late payment.

[ad_1] January 15, Kathmandu. Jayanarayan Thapa (name change), who worked in a company in Kathmandu, died in October last year. His family, who have been depositing money in the Social Security Fund, should get a fixed amount pension every month under the Dependent Family Scheme. In case of death of the contributor, the dependent person… Continue reading Social Security Fund: Deprivation of family facilities of deceased workers due to late payment.

One lakh laborers returned from overseas, the federal government has no plans to offer work

[ad_1] 27 September, Kathmandu. In the final 4 months, greater than 150,000 Nepalese have returned from third nations aside from India. It is estimated that there are about 100,000 staff who’ve misplaced their jobs overseas. The authorities stopped the Nepalis from returning house from final April. Initially, Nepalese got here by chartered flights, now Nepalese… Continue reading One lakh laborers returned from overseas, the federal government has no plans to offer work

Eighteen percent of industrial workers did not receive their wages in April

[ad_1] 28 June, Kathmandu. A survey showed that 58 percent of the thousands of formal sector workers did not receive regular pay in April. A study by the Composite Industry Trade Association Nepal showed that only 42 percent of well-to-do industries paid regular wages to workers. Formal sector workers receive a partial wage of 6.75… Continue reading Eighteen percent of industrial workers did not receive their wages in April

If allegations of corruption are proved, I will retire from politics: Labor Minister Yadav

[ad_1] 26 June, Kathmandu. Labor, Employment and Social Security Minister Rameshwar Ray Yadav has challenged Congress MP Amresh Kumar Singh to confirm the allegations of corruption. Minister Yadav has said that he will retire from politics if the allegations are confirmed. Speaking on the ministerial allocation in Parliament, the Congress MP on Friday accused Minister… Continue reading If allegations of corruption are proved, I will retire from politics: Labor Minister Yadav

Question from Malaysia and Gulf Ambassadors: Why Chartered Flight Expensive?

[ad_1] 23 June, Kathmandu. The government had said that it would start chartered flights from Friday to return workers to labor destination countries, including Malaysia and Arabia. However, Nepalese ambassadors from Malaysia, Qatar and Saudi Arabia have raised serious questions over the government’s preparedness. The ambassadors have raised the question of why the government is… Continue reading Question from Malaysia and Gulf Ambassadors: Why Chartered Flight Expensive?

Petroleum workers warning: We will not tolerate loss of livelihood

[ad_1] 12 June, Kathmandu. All Nepal Petroleum Workers Union has objected to the warning of traders working in the field of petroleum sales and distribution.On Monday, union president Siva Pokharel warned activists across the country to agitate if they do injustice to the most vulnerable areas. A statement issued by the union said that it… Continue reading Petroleum workers warning: We will not tolerate loss of livelihood

In lockdown, 42.1 percent of industrial establishments did not pay wages

[ad_1] June 13, Kathmandu. It is seen that 42.10 percent of industrial establishments in the country have not paid any remuneration in Chaitra. According to one study, only 31.57 percent of industrial establishments paid full wages to workers for this period. The government had decided to pay the full salary in April and half of… Continue reading In lockdown, 42.1 percent of industrial establishments did not pay wages