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Hoteliers New Pay Structure For Their Staffs till December in Nepal

Ongoing pandemic has created a great impact in the hospitality sector of Nepal.
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N24 Staff Writer, KATHMANDU: Hotel Association Nepal (HAN) has signed an agreement on 19th July 2020 with Nepal Free Hotel Workers Union regarding salary payment. As per the agreement, workers will receive their regular salary starting from April 13 till December 31 this year.

Workers of five-star hotels with more than 200 rooms will receive Rs 10,000 per month. While all other five-star hotels will provide Rs 9,000 per month to the workers.

Likewise, workers of four-star hotels with more than 100 rooms will get Rs 8,455 per month. While all other four-star hotels will provide Rs 8,000 per month. Workers of three-star hotels will get Rs 5,000 per month and those working in two-star hotels will receive Rs 4,300 per month.

Moreover, workers of one-star and tourist standard hotels will receive salaries as per the mutual understanding with their respective working places.

Although the lock down has been lifted in Nepal, there seems to be no any scope for tourism and travel sector to heighten by this year. “It may take at least two years for the industry to return to normalcy”, states Binayak Shah, vice-president of the association.

After December, needful action will be taken on mutual understanding, as stated by Hotel Association of Nepal. Meanwhile, during this period workers who are willing to leave their jobs can resign from their work responsibilities.

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