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Iraq is heading into the unification of salaries in the public and private sectors

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Post by Ponee Fri Jan 13, 2017 8:19 am

Iraq is heading into the unification of salaries in the public and private sectors 11927

Iraq starts to work the social insurance law before mid-year, which aims to unify the salaries of employees and retirees in the public and private sectors, while concerned pointed out that the law includes privileges granted to workers in the private sector.
He pointed Director General of the Department of retirement and social security for workers in the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs Ali sweet, that "social insurance law containing the unification of salaries and conditions of pensions for employees in the state with workers in the private sector, would give workers in the private sector privileges of a public servant," he explained that "includes branches guarantee enshrined in the ILO, including the guarantee maternity leave and health insurance and old age, disability and death."

He pointed out that the law "also includes the private sector unregulated, such as handicraft workers who are not registered in the security," and said that the ministry "is working on the completion of the special law, legal, administrative and technical procedures, in order to apply before July Solutions (July) from next year." He said that the law "provides for the integration of the national pension body of the Ministry of retirement money the Department of Social Security to the workers of the Ministry of Labour, on behalf of the Social Insurance Authority."

In order to reduce the pressure on government jobs, the Director General of the Department of retirement was announced and social security for workers in the ministry, "the existence of privileges granted to workers in the private sector, at the forefront of the deduction of 7 percent of the salary for the purposes of pension, compared with 10 percent withheld from the employee's government now."

Sweet and revealed "the existence of 300 thousand workers in the private sector are covered by social security now, with 17 thousand retired," and predicted the number of law enforcement after the barrier 1.5 million workers "bypass, likely Azdiadh to four million two years after the application of the law."



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