Higher wages relative to wages in 2012 ranged from Rs 800 to Rs 4300, an increase of 7% to 47%. Thus, the monthly salary of an employee (pending) increased from Rs 6471 to Rs 7900 in the first year to a maximum salary of Rs 8675 after five years of service. The salaries of clerks, typists, receptionists and telephone operators spend Rs 6956 to Rs 8852, showing a rise of Rs 1896. After ten years of service, they will receive a maximum salary of Rs 10,927. As a supervisor, he will see his salary rise by Rs 12,056 to Rs 16,330. A "layout artist" get, for its part, Rs 10,536, while a "proof reader" will receive a monthly salary of Rs 10,285.
Other improved conditions include the payment of an allowance of 20% of base salary for work performed during the rotation of night or the end of the afternoon, the increase in maternity allowance password Rs 500 to Rs 3000, the increase in the allocation of deaths increased from Rs 2000 to Rs 3500 and increase from 15 to 16 years the minimum age to be hired as apprentice.
By an overview of the sector, the officers of the NRB observe that small operators have increased by 26% to 41%, while the trend was reversed in the case of large units, which fell 13% during the past decade. In 2011, the printing industry had 1,565 employees, including 547 women.
In addition, the Minister of Labour under fourteen 'Remuneration Orders at NRB. These relate to areas in which employees earn less than Rs 6500. The NRB has received an additional budget to strengthen its workforce in order to proceed with the revision of the 'Remuneration Orders' in a short time.