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University Study Predicts Effects of Competitive Wages

Fast food workers across the world decided to protest and/or strike this past April 15 to demand higher pay rates. According to http://www.payscale.com, most employees working in fast food establishments, or sometimes called limited service restaurants, earn around $7.83 per hour. 231 more words

Opinion

A-Z of Publishing: L is for...

L is for Living Wage Employer. We are proud to be an accredited Living Wage Employer. This means that everyone, those of us employed directly by the company and those employed by the building in which we are based (such as cleaners and reception staff), receives a living wage salary. 113 more words

Publishing

Less jobs for over 25's warning over living wage introduction

SUPERMARKETS could try and avoid employing people over 25 because of the introduction of the living wage next year.

This prediction comes in a report from international credit rating agency Moody’s, … 48 more words

Human Resources

A wage that can keep on giving

Everyone can benefit from a ‘living wage’ standard

Life in post-bailout recovering Ireland has well and truly begun. After seven long years, there’s some hope that we now have an opportunity to shape our future, rebuild our republic, and begin a national conversation about how we want to develop as a sovereign state and fund our public services. 670 more words

Wits

On Marriage, Wages, and Immanuel Kant

The Gay Marriage Case against the Minimum Wage

I came across the previous article browsing through my Facebook newsfeed today, and while the article is not openly advocating for any sort of return to the pre-minimum wage days, it does raise the possibility, and it does so with a provocative claim which frames the whole article. 2,184 more words

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