Announcement minimum wage standard for each region: Shanghai 2420 yuan is the highest in the country


Zhejiang Online Hangzhou October 11th (Zhejiang Online Editor Jiang Minhua) On October 10th, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security released the monthly minimum wage standards for all regions of the country. Up to now, Shanghai has temporarily ranked first in all provinces and cities at 2,420 yuan/month, with a total of 6 provinces and cities exceeding 2,000 yuan/month. Monthly minimum wage in Shanghai According to the “Minimum Wage Regulations”, the minimum wage standard generally takes the form of monthly minimum wage and hourly minimum wage. The monthly minimum wage is applicable to full-time workers, and the hourly minimum wage is applicable to part-time workers. According to the published statistics, some monthly minimum wage standards are only classified as one gear, and some are divided into three gears or four gears. Including Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Shenzhen, Qinghai, and Tibet, only one stall has been delineated. As of September this year, a total of 13 places raised the minimum wage this year. From a purely numerical point of view, Shanghai is the highest, Shenzhen is second, and Beijing is ranked third. However, at present, the minimum wage in Beijing and Shanghai is to allocate all social security fees and provident funds, which is the net income of the workers. In other regions, there is no five insurance and one gold. From this point of view, Beijing’s ranking should rank second. At present, the monthly minimum wage in Shanghai has reached 2,420 yuan, ranking first in the country. The monthly minimum wages in the six provinces of Shanghai, Guangdong, Beijing, Tianjin, Jiangsu and Zhejiang have exceeded the 2000 yuan mark. The latest minimum wage standard (People’s Daily) is the minimum wage in Beijing. According to the Minimum Wage Regulation, the minimum wage is generally in the form of a monthly minimum wage and an hourly minimum wage. The monthly minimum wage is applicable to full-time workers, and the hourly minimum wage is applicable to part-time workers. In terms of the hourly minimum wage, the hourly minimum wage in Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, and Guangdong exceeds the 20 yuan mark. Among them, Beijing’s hourly minimum wage is the highest in the country, at 24 yuan, an increase of 2 yuan over last year. Shanghai is second with 21 yuan; Tianjin ranks third with 20.8 yuan. Guangdong is 20.3 yuan, ranking fourth. It is understood that according to the Minimum Wage Regulations, the minimum wage in each region must be adjusted at least once every two years. Before and after 2016, in order to alleviate the burden on enterprises during the economic downturn, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security decided to adjust the minimum wage standard for a period of time, at least once every two years, and at least once every two to three years. If it is lower than the minimum wage, it can be reported according to the “Minimum Wage Regulations”. In the case that the laborer provides normal labor, the wages paid by the employer to the laborer shall not be lower than the local minimum wage after the following items are excluded: ) extend working hours and wages; (2) allowances for special working conditions and conditions such as mid-shift, night shift, high temperature, low temperature, underground, poisonous and harmful; (3) laws and regulations, and labor welfare benefits prescribed by the state. In other words, your salary cannot be the lowest local minimum wage after removing the above items. If you find that your salary is lower than the local minimum wage, you can complain to the “12333” Human Resources and Social Security Hotline or the local labor security supervision agency. You can also apply to the local labor dispute arbitration institution for arbitration to protect your legal rights. (Integrated Zhongxin.com, People.com, Legal Evening News)