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LPC to gather evidence on the effects of the minimum wage in Neath and Swansea, Ayr and Kilmarnock, Derry, Hartlepool, Great Yarmouth, and Wigan and Manchester.
Every year the Low Pay Commission commissions research projects to help evaluate the effects of the minimum wage rates we have recommended.
The LPC has today published its assessment of the scale and nature of one-sided flexibility, and recommendations for measures to address the problem.
The independent LPC provides expert advice to the government about the National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage rates.
The Low Pay Commission’s 2018 Report, published today, finds that increases to the National Living Wage (NLW) raised the pay of up to 5 million workers this year.
A letter from Chair of the Low Pay Commission (LPC) Bryan Sanderson to the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) containing the LPC's 2019 minimum wage rate recommendations.
Bryan Sanderson, Chair of the Low Pay Commission (LPC), today welcomed the Government's announcement that it has accepted in full the recommendations the LPC made for future minimum wage rates.
The names of 239 employers found to have underpaid 22,400 UK workers by a total of £1.44m have been published today by the government.
New appointments and re-appointments made to the independent Low Pay Commission.
The Low Pay Commission is visiting Barnstaple and North Devon on 23 and 24 May 2018 as part of its annual consultation, including a drop-in session on Wednesday.
Increases in the minimum wage on 1 April are set to benefit 2.5 million workers, delivering above-inflation pay rises for all age groups - Low Pay Commission analysis.
The government has today named and shamed nearly 180 employers for underpaying more than 9,000 minimum wage workers by £1.1 million.
The Low Pay Commission (LPC) will be visiting areas across the UK to gather evidence on the National Minimum Wage rates and low pay.
The Low Pay Commission (LPC) welcomes the Government’s response to the Taylor review of modern working practices
Workers aged under 25 will see the largest increase in a decade in their statutory minimum wage in April 2018, the Low Pay Commission explains.
The Low Pay Commission (LPC) today welcomed the Government's acceptance of the LPC's recommendations for the future National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage rates.
The Government is recruiting four new members to serve on the Low Pay Commission, of which three will be from employee backgrounds and one from an employer background.
Up to 1 in 5 minimum wage workers may actually be paid less than what they are legally entitled to.
Low Pay Commissioners will visit Melton on 9 and 10 August to gather evidence on the effects of the National Living Wage and Minimum Wages.
Low Pay Commissioners will visit Newport and Gwent on 4 and 5 July to gather evidence on the effects of the National Living Wage and Minimum Wages.
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