National 'Living' wage?

15 April 2016

The Conservative government's controversial "National living wage" came into effect on the 1st of April 2016. This changed the minimum wage from the previous £6.70, to the new rate of £7.20 an hour for workers over 25 years old. This is predicted by the Tory government to rise to £9.00 by 2020.

Conference Papers from Employment Law Update, LONDON

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Wednesday 11 November 2015

A one-day conference

Diskus Room, Unite the Union, London

This was the ninth annual Employment Law Update Conference, organised by the Institute of Employment Rights in association with Old Square Chambers and the TUC. It was the first to take place under an all Conservative Government. Here our blogger Roger Jeary provides a brief summary of the presentations.

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