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The Mauritian Government passed amendments to the Workers Act that will be to benefit to the labours/workers at large as there are social welfare benefits in case of insolvencies
Cabinet postponed the entry into force of the Portable Gratuity Retirement Fund until 1 April 2020.
These amendments will be of definite interest to operators in the gig economy offering services via platforms.
The Mauritius financial sector has been blooming over the years and, as a result of same, we have had numerous calls to bring on more substance to Global Business Companies set up in Mauritius.
Regardless of whether it is a national or an international investor, the employer must show that the skills required of the expatriate are not available on the domestic labour market...
No instrument of the International Labour Organisation ("ILO") defines the concept of "minimum wage".
On 16 December 2015, the Supreme Court of Mauritius, in Oisel (Maurice) Ltée v Echevin M F & Ors, held that an act of competition against a former employer is not forbidden except if the former employee is bound by a restrictive clause.