HAN to end 2-year-long dispute with Nepal Tourism/Hotel Association

By Bishal Deep Basnet on Jun 08,2018 - 15:45

The Hotel Association of Nepal (HAN) and the Nepal Tourism and Hotel Labourers Association have finally ended their 2-year-long dispute. 

The dispute was going on between the two regarding the sharing of service charges raised from customers. An agreement will be signed today that will decide the new structure. 

The new share structure states that hotel employees will get 72%, management will get 23%, and HAN will get 2% and the three trade unions affiliated to the Nepali Congress, CPN-UML, and CPN will get 1% each. 

As of right now, the service charge collected from customers is divided between the employees and management. As per the agreement signed back in 2006, employees get 68% and management gets 32%.

The share allocated for the 3 trade unions would be utilized for capacity building of the workers associated with the hospitality industry.


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