2018 – 2019 Wages for different Employment Levels in Belize as approved by the House of Representatives on March 22-23 2018 and the Senate on March 27 2018. These are the National Minimum allowed wages.
If you’re not sure what a word means, hover over it, we added definitions to most of the odd words. NEW PAYSCALE NUMBER 1 7,824 x 516 – $17,628 Cleaner Day Care Provider Domestic Auxiliary Gateman Janitor Janitor/Caretaker Office Assistant Restroom Attendant Watchman NEW PAYSCALE NUMBER 2 9,456 x 588 – $20,628 Attendant Caretaker Caretaker/Janitor Cleaner Cook Dietary Aide Domestic Auxiliary Domestic Cook Farm Attendant Foster Mother General Helper Groundsman Handyman Hospital Attendant Janitor Janitor/Caretaker Male Attendant Night Warden Office Assistant Office Assistant/Caretaker Office Assistant/Janitor Sprayman Porter/Parademic Radio/Telephone Operator Receptionist Records Room Attendant Relief Foster Mother Seamstress Security Assistant II […]
Case 1:18-cv-04352-PKC Document 5 Filed 05/16/18 Benjamin J. Hanauer (pending pro hac vice) Timothy S. Leiman (pending pro hac vice) Andrew P. O’Brien (pending pro hac vice) Charles J. Kerstetter (pending pro hac vice) Alyssa Qualls United States Securities and Exchange Commission Chicago Regional Office 175 West Jackson Blvd., Suite 1450 Chicago, IL 60604 (312) 353-7390 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK Plaintiff United States Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC” or “Commission”) alleges as follows: 1. This case centers on a fraudulent scheme perpetrated by Defendant Brent Borland through two entities that he owned and controlled: […]
April 27, 2017 Thank you for inviting me to share my sense of the business climate, the macro economy, and a few of my Administration’s actions and plans for sustaining and broadening Belize’s economic expansion. To some extent, a degree often underestimated, both government and the private sector grapple with conditions that are uncontrollable, or at least unpredictable. For example, at the start of our tenure nine years ago, the Great Recession and the unusual oil price spike that wobbled the global economy, especially small economies in the American orbit such as Belize, was surely not something we had bargained […]
University of Groningen EPISODE 1: Debt, a great invention is the first episode of a video lecture by Dirk Bezemer from the University of Groningen. It covers how debt and money systems developed over the years into the financial system we have today. All modern money is debt created by banks and this system has and can potentially bring us great wealth. EPISODE 2: How bubbles grow is the second episode of a video lecture by Dirk Bezemer from the University of Groningen. It covers how debt and money can be created by banks for both productive and non-productive purposes. […]
Brussels, 28 November 2003 ACP/27/005/00 Rev.16 Legal Service/NJB/mgf [Final Version] THE GEORGETOWN AGREEMENT As amended by Decision No.1/LXXVIII/03 of the 78th Session of the Council of Ministers, Brussels, 27 and 28 November 2003 PREAMBLE THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE AFRICAN, CARIBBEAN AND PACIFIC STATES, hereinafter referred to as “the ACP States”; DESIROUS OF CONTRIBUTING through continuous and concerted endeavours to the reinforcement of the process of solidarity of developing countries; HAVING REGARD to the ACP-EEC Lomé Conventions and the ACP-EC Partnership Agreement signed on 23 June 2000 in Cotonou, hereinafter referred to as the ACP-EC Partnership Agreements; HAVING REGARD in particular […]
Amended in accordance with the Council of Ministers’ Decision adopted at its 55th Session held in Brussels from 24 to 26 November 1992 Document ACP/27/028/92 THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE AFRICAN, CARIBBEAN AND PACIFIC STATES, Hereinafter called as the “ACP GROUP“, HAVING CONTRIBUTED, through united and concerted endeavours to the acceleration of the process of solidarity of developing countries, HAVING REGARD to the ACP-EEC Lome Convention, REAFFIRMING their attachment to the fundamental principles of human dignity, human rights and the rights of peoples; DESIROUS of consolidating and strengthening the existing solidarity of the ACP Group, and of promoting improved cooperation between […]
By: Rickey Singh on Sunday, June 06, 2010 TRADE and economic disadvantages being experienced by the Less Developed Countries (LDCs) of the Caribbean Community pose a critical challenge to their full integration in Caricom’s Single Market and Economy (CSME). These are largely countries of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) and Belize. According to the findings of a just-completed major study, the creation of a Regional Stabilisation Programme (RSP) must be treated as an urgent priority. Caricom’s Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) will shortly discuss the findings and recommendations of the study, viewed as a very serious […]
A while back I noted that we should be looking at Greece for where not to end up in the future, seeing that G.O.B. keeps borrowing more and more every day that goes by; adding more and more debt on the shoulders of every Belizean that will have to be paid for by many future generations. I want to share these videos with you all so you can understand what’s going on in Greece and better look at what’s happening in Belize and hopefully stand up and fight for the future of Belize. After all, our children and their children […]
Introduction Two weeks ago, I saw that a lady posted on Facebook that she had completed a training to be a Certified Travel Agent. She appeared interested in doing bookings for Belizeans. I was a bit puzzled by this. I would have expected that it’s much more lucrative to book tours for international visitors to Belize than being interest in booking Belizeans out of country. Thinking little of it, I just continued scrolling my Facebook feed. Certificate received by Belizean Today, I became suspicious when I saw another Belizean posted that he too had completed a program and is now a Certified Travel […]
Another reason why Belize should be paying attention to what is going on in Greece and start to make changes before we get to the same place. The truth about the never-ending financial crisis & the cult of extreme austerity Greece’s financial nightmare has lasted five years now. There’s no sign of real relief—for a very specific reason For someone who writes about economics, the situation in Greece offers two enticing elements: the ability to spin out moments of high drama, and the probability it will endlessly repeat forever. We’ve experienced five years (really, here’s one of my first […]
A list of videos that explain many things about international finance. Not specific to Belize but it allows you to get a good idea of how things work; well, at least how they should work. Have fun learning.