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The National Remuneration Board (NRB) is a quasi judicial body initially established under S.45 of the Repealed Industrial Relations Act which is now deemed to have been set up under S.90 of the Employment Relations Act [ERA] .The main function of the NRB is to make recommendations to the Minister regarding minimum remuneration and terms and conditions of employment in the private sector. These recommendations form the basis for the Remuneration Order [RO] Regulations. Presently there are 30 distinct sectors governed by ROs ​with an average of 300,000 workers.

The NRB consists of a Chairperson and a Vice Chairperson and they are assisted by a multidisciplinary team of technical staff/researchers in the form of Remuneration Analysts, Labour Officers, Accountant and Statistics Offic​er.


OUR VISION

All workers in the private sector be favoured with a conducive working environment and decent conditions of work in view of promoting decent living, gender equality and interest of the community as a whole whilst at the same time having regard to the need of increasing the rate of economic growth in the country by protecting employment and creating greater employment opportunities

OUR MISSION

Our commitment to bring about the latest techniques and approach to the fixing of minimum remuneration and terms and conditions of employment with the ultimate objective of employer and worker winning together

OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES

(a)        Independence.

(b)        Timeliness.

(c)        Confidentiality.

(d)        Customer Focus and Objectivity.

(e)        Team Spirit.


ESTABLISHMENT OF THE BOARD 

The Commission shall be constituted and shall consist of-

 

(a)   a Chairperson; 

 

(b)   a Vice-Chairperson; 

 

(c)   a representative of the Ministry responsible for the subject of economic development; 

 

(d)   a representative of the Ministry responsible for the subject of industry;

 

(e)   2 representatives of workers; 

 

(f)   2 representatives of employers; 

 

(g)   2 independent members

  

The End To End Process Of A Review [summary]​

 

 

 

POWERS OF THE MINISTER WITH RESPECT TO THE PROPOSED RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BOARD

 

1. The Honourable Minister may accept, reject amend or refer back the recommendations to the Board with a request to consider them in the light of his observation.

 

2. On submission of a fresh recommendation, the Minister may approve or reject same and make no regulations or such regulations as he thinks fit.


Composition of Board 


Chairperson

Mr W Gungah​​
 
Vice Chairperson 
Mrs D Fowdar-Seesurun
 
Representatives of Government 
Ms H Seeboruth
Miss C Gopaul
 
Representatives of Worker
Mr P Ramjuttun 
Mr D V J A kistnen
 
Representatives of Employers 
Mr A. H Seelarbokus
Mr N. H. M. Munso
 
Independent Members
Mr  N. Sewtohul 
Mr J Lallbeeharry
 
Technical Staff​ 
Mrs H.Sawmy,Head Remuneration Analyst 
Mrs B. Bissonauth,Senior Remuneration Analyst 
Mrs R.Gungaram-Tatur, Remuneration Analyst 
Mrs V.Soodoo, Remuneration  Analyst 
Ms L Dwarka, Remuneration Analyst 
Mr A. Goolaup, Remuneration Analyst 
Mr G.Friquin, Senior Labour & Industrial Relations Officer 
Mrs a Domun, Labour & Industrial Relations Officer​

 

 

 

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS     

 

 

 

Office Address: Level 8 & 9,Silvercrest Court 16, Monseigneur Gonin Street, Port-Louis

 

Tel: 213 3600 Fax: 211 8943​

 

email: nrb@govmu.org


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