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The Government has announced National Minimum Wage rates for April 2024, including the National Living Wage.
1. Introduction The Low Pay Commission (LPC) is an independent public body…
Dear Secretary of State, National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage…
An in-house report from the Low Pay Commission, using geography, gender and age to look at the effects of the National Living Wage to March 2020.
The LPC's 2023 report on compliance and enforcement presents data on underpayment and explores the persistence of underpayment for individual workers.
This page contains the research reports commissioned by the Low Pay Commission which were used to inform our 2021 Report.
The Low Pay Commission's annual report for 2022 sets out in full the evidence used to inform its recommendations on National Minimum Wage rates.
This report by the Low Pay Commission marks the increase in all rates of the National Minimum Wage in April 2023 and looks ahead to rates for 2024 and beyond.
Research commissioned in 2022 to inform recommendations to the Government on the National Minimum Wage.
This letter and short report sets out the Low Pay Commission's recommendations on National Minimum Wage rates for April 2023.
The Low Pay Commission's 2022 compliance and enforcement report looks at the example of the Leicester textiles sector.
This review covers the period up to April 2020, when the National Living Wage reached the Government’s initial target of 60 per cent of median earnings.
The minimum wage rates increased on 1 April. This short report looks at the 2022 increases and the path ahead for the next year.
This report sets out the full analysis and evidence underpinning the LPC’s recommendations on minimum wage rates for 2022.
Read the Low Pay Commission's recommendations on the National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage rates from April 2022.
The Low Pay Commission's report on non-compliance and enforcement of the National Minimum Wage in 2021.
Minimum wage rates increase on 1 April. This short report looks at the 2021 increases and the path ahead for the next year.
This report sets out the full analysis and evidence underpinning the LPC's recommendations on the National Minimum Wage rates to apply from April 2021.
This page contains the research reports commissioned by the Low Pay Commission to inform our 2020 Report.
This report sets out the LPC's recommendations on the April 2021 National Minimum Wage rates and supporting evidence.
This report sets out the Low Pay Commission's analysis of underpayment of the minimum wage and the enforcement regime.
Research commissioned to inform the Low Pay Commission's work and recommendations in 2019.
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