The Domestic Workers Union has filed an appeal in the Supreme Court against the omission of local domestic workers from the gazette notification that was published on January 18. They state that the minimum wage for those drawing a monthly salary should be Rs. 10,000 and the minimum daily wage should be Rs. 400. According to the Joint Secretary of the Domestic Workers Union Ananthi Sivasubramanium there are over 100,000 domestic workers employed throughout the country. The Union was formed in 2012 and has a membership over 2,000 registered domestic workers. By allowing the registration of the union to take place, the domestic trade has been recognised as an accepted profession, entitling them to the minimum wage stipulated in the gazette notification said Sivasubramanium.

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Source: http://www.thesundayleader.lk/2016/02/21/DOMESTICS-CHALLENGE-GAZETTE-NOTIFICATION/