Findings from the 2012 to 2013 triennial review of the Low Pay Commission (LPC)
The report describes the purpose of triennial reviews, explains how the review was carried out and presents findings based on feedback from stakeholders. It draws on this evidence to make recommendations about the future of the Low Pay Commission (LPC).
Triennial reviews are a Cabinet Office mandated process for reviewing:
- the function of non-departmental public bodies (NDPBs)
- the appropriateness of the bodies’ delivery mechanisms
- their governance arrangements
Reviews should take place every 3 years, unless an exemption is agreed by the Cabinet Office.