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New Living Wage rates announced

As of today (3 November 2014), the UK Living Wage has been set at £7.85 per hour, benefitting 35,000 low-paid workers across the country who are employed by more than 1,000 Living Wage accredited organisations. The new rate an increase of ...

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National Minimum Wage rises above inflation

New National Minimum Wage (NWM) rates which come into force today (1 October 2014), are set to benefit over one million of Britain’s lowest-paid workers. The hourly rate will rise to £6.50, the first real terms cash increase since 2008,  and ...

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There’s no customer loyalty in low wages

A new survey has revealed that unless businesses pay staff a fair wage, consumers will change their buying habits and take their shopping elsewhere. The survey of more than 1,000 individuals from across the UK and conducted by Censuswide for ...

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