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So, with markedly less media hoo-ha than on previous occasions, BIS today ‘named & shamed’ another 92 employers for breaching the national minimum wage (NMW). The relative dearth of national media coverage may reflect the absence from this tranche – the Conservative government’s third since May 2015 – of any household name retailers, but the first name on the list – … 810 more words
Peter Ducker FIH, chief executive of the Institute of Hospitality, assesses reactions to the National Living Wage
MOTORWAY services operator Welcome Break has pledged to pay all its staff the living wage from April 1st this year, including the 42 per cent of its workforce aged under 25.
“Britain deserves a pay rise.”
Those were the inspiring words of the Chancellor in his Summer Budget. But deserved or not, there are a lot of implications for British businesses this April, in order to initiate the new Living Wage for those aged 25 and over. 132 more words