The meeting included a reading of the message of congratulations sent by the Minister for Work, Employment Promotion and Social Security, Bonifacio Bakale Obiang, on the massive participation in the popular parade marking the 50th Anniversary of National Independence, in addition to reporting on some issues related to the employment sector.
The meeting took place in the meeting room at the ministry, and was attended chiefly by the Director General for Employment Promotion and Labour Development, A�ngel Francisco Ela Ngomo, the Central Inspector for Work and for Ministerial Services.
The message of congratulations was read by the Inspector General for Services, following the resumption of work permits, that had ceased their activities years ago and been restored through Ministerial Order number 1-2018, according to A�ngel Francisco Ela.
Furthermore, the Director General for Work spoke about the two ministerial orders on the registry of cooperatives and the procedures for work inspections.
Finally, the meeting concluded with the third point on the matter of the minimum inter-professional salary, which is established every three years through conversations with companies, bodies, and economic and social departments in the country.
Following the latest modification with an extension of three years in 2016, the intention is that at the end of the current three-year period at the end of 2018, a fresh legal mandate will be applied which sets the new salary for the 2019-2021 three-year period. Furthermore, they proceeded with the drawing up of an agreement on activities for future meetings, with the aim that the end result will be published at the start of 2019.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office