National Living Wage: The people who aren’t entitled to it

National Living Wage: The people who aren’t entitled to it
 

0 Have your say Brexit is likely to knock 10p off the National Living Wage next year, according to research by the Resolution Foundation.
The weaker pay outlook in the face of economic uncertainty is likely to cut 10p from the wage, which was brought in at £7.20 an hour in April and was set to rise to £7.60 next year. But not everyone is benefiting from the rise as it stands.
Religious communities
Nuns are exempt from the Living Wage (Photo: Getty) Nuns, monks and similar have been exempted from the minimum wage law since its introduction by Tony Blair’s government in 1999. Work for the... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 29
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