12 provinces the latest wage guidance line out! Have you got a raise this year?

 12 provinces the latest wage guidance line out! Have you got a raise this year?

According to incomplete statistics of Sino-Singapore longitude and latitude clients, as of October 11, at least 12 provinces, such as Shanxi, Beijing, Jiangxi, Shanghai, Tianjin, Shaanxi, Inner Mongolia, Shandong, Yunnan, Xinjiang, Liaoning and Guizhou, have announced the enterprise salary guidance line for 2019.

7% on 10 provincial growth baseline stations

China-Singapore longitude-latitude client combs the data of 12 provinces and finds that Shandong Province will no longer issue the enterprise employeesmonetary wage growth online and offline. In addition, in addition to Guizhou (2018 enterprise wage guidance line is not clear), this year many enterprises wage guidance line benchmark, on-line and off-line have changed. Compared with 2018, Liaoning has raised the baseline this year. Six provinces, Shanxi, Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Shaanxi and Xinjiang, have lowered the baseline, while the other provinces have not adjusted it.

Some people are worried that a fall in the wage guidance line will reduce wages. In this regard, some local peoples and social sector officials said that the companys wage guidance line has been slightly reduced, which does not mean that wages have entered a negative growth, but that wage increases have decreased compared with the past. As long as the three guiding lines - baseline, offline and online are not negative, it means that the wage growth rate of government-directed workers is on the rise.

Wage information chart. Sino-Singapore Jingwei Xiong Jiali Photography

Guangxi is expected to follow up. A draft for comments has been issued.

In addition to the 12 provinces mentioned above, in September of this year, Guangxi also issued a draft of the enterprise salary guidance line for 2009, which is expected to adjust the enterprise salary guidance line.

On September 4, the Human Resources and Social Security Department of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region issued the Notice on the Revision of Enterprise Wage Guidelines in 2019. According to the circular, the Department of human resources and social security of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region has formulated the notice of the Department of human resources and social security of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on the issuance of the guidance line for enterprise wages in 2019 (Draft for comments), seeking opinions from the public.

According to the draft, in 2019, Guangxi plans to take the average monetary wage growth rate of 6% as the baseline of enterprise wage growth; the average monetary wage growth rate of 11% as the upper line (early warning line) of enterprise wage growth; and the average monetary wage growth rate of 1% as the lower line of enterprise wage growth. In 2018, the baseline, upper and lower levels of Guangxi were 7%, 11% and 2% respectively.

The draft for Soliciting Opinions points out that the enterprise salary guidance line is applicable in principle to all kinds of enterprises in Guangxi and to all kinds of organizations and organizations operating in the way of enterprises. Enterprises should conduct collective wage consultation according to their own conditions and the wage guidance line, and reasonably determine the wage level of their employees. Within the range of enterprise wage guidance line, it is suggested that the benchmark should not exceed for state-owned enterprises with high wage level and rapid wage growth.

Beijing, Tianjin and Mongolia announce salary guidelines for some industries

In addition to issuing enterprise wage guidance lines, Beijing, Tianjin and Inner Mongolia have also published some industry wage guidance lines.

Beijing has issued a wage guidance line for 19 industries, of which the minimum wage guarantee line is 25920 yuan, an increase of 1440 yuan from 24480 yuan last year.

Inner Mongolia has issued monetary wage guidelines for 16 industries, including: agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery 6.5%, mining 8.3%, manufacturing 8%, production and supply of electricity, gas and water 6.5%, construction 7%, wholesale and retail 6.0%, transportation, warehousing and postal 6.5%, accommodation and catering 4.0%, information transmission, software and information technology services 9%, financial industry 5.0%. Real estate industry 4.5%, rental and business services 5.0%, scientific research and technology services 4.5%, water conservancy, environment and public facilities management 5.5%, residential services and other services 3.0%, culture, sports and entertainment 7.0%.

The growth baselines of enterprise monetary wages in some industries in Tianjin are 6.6% in construction industry, 7.7% in wholesale and retail industry, 6.6% in transportation, warehousing and postal industry, 7.7% in accommodation and catering industry, 8.6% in rental and commercial services, 7.4% in water conservancy, environment and public facilities management industry, and 7.7% in residential services, repair and other services. 12% and 3% respectively.

Renminbi Information Map. Sino-Singapore Jingwei Xiong Jiali Photography

Not all workers can get higher wages

As for the enterprise wage guidance line, it needs to be clear that although the guidance line has been published, the wages of employees are not unavoidable. It is reported that the enterprise wage guideline is the annual wage growth level proposal issued by the government to the society according to the economic development control objectives of that year, and it does not have a mandatory binding force. Therefore, the guidance line can not force enterprises to raise wages.

It should also be noted that even if enterprises raise wages for employees, wages in different enterprises are not the same. Sino-Singapore longitude and latitude clients found that according to the different production and operation conditions and wage payment capacity of enterprises, different regions gave different guidance to enterprises on wage growth of employees.

As Beijing pointed out, enterprises with normal production and operation and economic growth can arrange their wage growth level according to their own actual reference baseline. Enterprises with the same or slightly reduced benefits as in previous years may arrange their own wage growth level by referring to the actual offline situation; enterprises with operating losses and difficulties in the payment of workerswages may, after consultation with trade unions or workers representatives, achieve zero wage growth, but the wages paid to workers shall not be lower than the minimum wage standard of the city.

Shanxi indicated that enterprises with faster economic growth and stronger wage payment ability could arrange wage growth in the baseline and on-line areas, and the wage growth of competitive enterprises with stronger wage payment ability could be higher than the economic growth. If an enterprise is unable to arrange wage growth according to the scope of the wage guidance line because of difficulties in production and operation, it may determine the wage level below the wage guidance line (including zero growth or negative growth), but it shall be determined through necessary democratic consultation according to law, and the wages paid by the enterprise to the workers who provide normal work during the legal working hours shall not be lower than the local minimum wage standard. (Sino-Singapore longitude and latitude APP)

Source of this article: Sino-New Zealand Editor-in-Charge: Wang Xiaowu_NF