A living wage for the lowest-paid staff could lead to increased productivity, reduced staff turnover and improved morale.
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Ensuring that the minimum wage begins to catch up with median earnings will mean the low paid enjoying some of the benefits of the economic recovery that the affluent are seeing.
If we believe that a Living Wage should apply to all, then we must be prepared to consider how we achieve it, writes Karen Jennings.
An anonymous hotline to report employers for shady practices is just one way American activists are looking to tackle their own low pay crisis. Here are four ideas for solving our own.
When the National Minimum Wage is increased in the autumn, it will remain far below a living wage and will leave millions earning poverty wages.
TweetFive million workers are set to be left out of the economic recovery, according to a new report published today. The report, Working for Poverty, was authored by the Living Wage Commission and states that the economic recovery will have no effect for one in five workers unless employers pay a Living Wage. It describes […]
The taxpayer would save a significant sum of money if low paid employees were paid the Living Wage.
The London Living Wage has raised the issue of poverty pay up the political agenda; it is now time to move to a statutory living wage.
There is a strong consensus that the National Minimum Wage (NMW) has been a success yet, quite rightly, we are still worried about low pay. Can we do more with the NMW, or should we be thinking about a whole platter of policies to bring about fairer pay?