Minimum Salary in Botswana

Minimum Salary in Botswana

What is Minimum?

Minimum is often used in the phrases bare minimum, meaning “the absolute least,” and at a minimum, meaning “at least,” as in At a minimum, we need to get five more done before the end of the day.

Minimum Salary in Botswana

Domestic Service Sector. Minimum wage with effect from January 1, 2022 Minimum Wages – last checked – 1/1/23. -, BWP1,084.00 ; Agriculture, forestry and fishing.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the highest minimum salary?

As of January 1, 2023, the District of Columbia had the highest minimum wage in the U.S., at 16.50 U.S. dollars per hour. This was followed by Washington, which had 15.74 U.S. dollars per hour as the state minimum wage.

What is an example of minimum?

The definition of minimum is the lowest amount. An example of minimum used as an adjective is the phrase minimum jail sentence which means the lowest amount of years a person will serve in jail. Smallest possible, permissible, or reached.

How much is Labour rate in Botswana?

Trade/IndustryNew Statutory Hourly Wage Rate
Manufacturing, Service (Including security guard companies employing security guards) and repair tradesP4.50 per hour
Building, construction, Exploration and Quarrying industriesP4.50 per hour
Hotel, Catering and Entertainment TradesP4.50 per hour

What is the lowest salary rate?

The federal minimum wage for covered nonexempt employees is $7.25 per hour. Many states also have minimum wage laws. In cases where an employee is subject to both the state and federal minimum wage laws, the employee is entitled to the higher of the two minimum wages.

How much is monthly salary in Botswana?

What is average wage in Botswana? Average Wages in Botswana increased to 6299 BWP/Month (498.762 USD/Month) in the forth quarter of 2021. The maximum rate of average wage for employees was 6533 BWP/Month and minimum was 3447 BWP/Month.

How much is Botswana work permit?

How much does it cost? The cost to apply for the residence permit is BWP 1500.00.

Which country is best for unskilled jobs?

In Norway, an unskilled worker is someone who doesn’t need to go through any special training to do a job. They also don’t need a specific education level to learn on the job.

  • Craftsmen.
  • Laundry assistants.
  • General cleaners.
  • Bus drivers.
  • Seasonal workers.
  • Bar and restaurant staff.

How many hours can you work a week?

Your employer can’t make you work more than 48 hours a week on average. It doesn’t matter what your contract says or if you don’t have a written contract. If you’re not sure whether you’re working more than the legal limit, check how many hours you’re working.