Research and analysis
Invitation to tender for research on Low Pay on 2016 - 2017 Report
Invitation to tender for research on Low Pay
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The Low Pay Commission (LPC) has an ongoing remit to monitor the operation of the, National Minimum Wage and to assess the impact of increases in the level of the minimum wage, including the National Living Wage .
It continuously evaluates the annual increases of the National Minimum Wage on the industries, jobs and groups of workers most affected, and on the labour market more generally. The LPC draws upon a range of evidence in making its assessment, including a number of research projects commissioned specifically to inform its recommendations.
The Low Pay Commission invites tenders for research focussing on the impact of the introduction of the National Living Wage. The topics cover a range of issues:
The Impact of the Introduction of the National Living Wage: A Study of Changes in Pay Settlements, Pay Structures and Age-related Pay. CR150083. Deadline 11 am on Monday 9 November 2015.
The Impact of the Introduction of the National Living Wage. CR150084. Deadline 11 am on Monday 9 November 2015.
The Impact of the National Minimum Wage and the Introduction of the National Living Wage Minimum on Employment and Hours. CR150085. Deadline Monday 16 November 2015.
How to apply
Once you have registered on the eSourcing Suite, a registered user can express an interest for a specific procurement.
To register, you must have a valid DUNS number (as provided by Dun and Bradstreet) for the organisation which you are registering, who will be entering into a contract if invited to do so.
For help regarding the application process Tel 0345 010 3503 or email the research team