The call follows a raft of recent reports highlighting inequality as a threat to the global economy.
Tag Archives: low pay
A living wage for the lowest-paid staff could lead to increased productivity, reduced staff turnover and improved morale.
As with so many of the coalition’s claims of economic recovery, the seemingly buoyant labour market is hiding a much more fragile picture, writes James Bloodworth.
Two new reports show just how little impact economic growth is having in the places that need it most.
New figures from Shelter demonstrate just how precarious the economic recovery still is for many people.
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.
It’s a shame the government has to mess around millions of low paid workers for a relatively small amount of political capital.
Despite today’s welcome news on falling unemployment, pay and productivity are stagnating.