NCR

 DAILY MINIMUM WAGE RATES
National Capital Region (NCR)
a/
Per Wage Order No. NCR-18
b/
(Effective: 4 October 2013)


Upon Effectivity:


Sector/Industry
Basic Wage Basic Wage Increase New Basic Wage COLA New
Wage Rates
Non-Agriculture
P 426.00 P10.00 P436.00 P30.00 P 466.00
Agriculture (Plantation and Non Plantation)
P 389.00

P10.00

P399.00

P30.00

P 429.00
Private Hospitals with bed capacity of 100 or less
P 389.00

P10.00

P399.00

P30.00

P 429.00
Retail/Service Establishments employing 15 workers or less
P 389.00

P10.00

P399.00

P30.00

P 429.00
Manufacturing Establishments regularly employing less than 10 worker
P 389.00

P10.00

P399.00

P30.00

P 429.00

Effective 01 January 2014:
 


Sector/Industry

New Basic Wage
COLA Integration Effective
01 January 2014

Basic Wage After Integration


COLA
New Minimum Wage Rates Effective
01 January 2014
Non-Agriculture P 436.00 P15.00 P 451.00 P15.00 P 466.00
Agriculture (Plantation and Non Plantation)
P 399.00

P15.00

P 414.00

P15.00

P 429.00
Private Hospitals with bed capacity of 100 or less

P 399.00

P15.00

P 414.00

P15.00

P 429.00
Retail/Service Establishments employing 15 workers or less

P 399.00

P15.00

P 414.00

P15.00

P 429.00
Manufacturing Establishments regularly employing less than 10 workers


P 399.00


P15.00


P 414.00


P15.00


P 429.00
 
  a/
Covers the Cities of Caloocan, Las Piñas, Makati, Malabon, Mandaluyong, Manila, Marikina, Muntinlupa, Parañaque, Pasay, Pasig, Quezon, San Juan, Taguig, and Valenzuela and Municipalities of Navotas and Pateros.
 
  b/

Grants the following to all minimum wage workers in the private sector in the region:

a. Upon effectivity: P10.00 per day basic wage increase
b. Effective January 2014: Integration of P15.00 COLA from the P30.00 COLA under W.O. No. NCR-17

W.O. issued September 6, 2013, published at Philippine Star on September 19, 2013.  

 
 
Posted 20 September 2013