Civil servants reject 10 per cent wage hike

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The country’s over 90,000 public sector workers have rejected the government’s offer to hike the wage fund by 20 per cent during the next two-year contract cycle, which starts in the next fiscal year.

Highly placed trade union

The country’s over 90,000 public sector workers have rejected the government’s offer to hike the wage fund by 20 per cent during the next two-year contract cycle, which starts in the next fiscal year.

Highly placed trade union

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Civil servants reject 10 per cent wage hike

admin

The country’s over 90,000 public sector workers have rejected the government’s offer to hike the wage fund by 20 per cent during the next two-year contract cycle, which starts in the next fiscal year.

Highly placed trade union

The country’s over 90,000 public sector workers have rejected the government’s offer to hike the wage fund by 20 per cent during the next two-year contract cycle, which starts in the next fiscal year.

Highly placed trade union

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