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With the National Living Wage coming into force on 1 April, the CBI has said these wage increases risk being unaffordable for many firms.
The CBI has commented on the introduction of the National Living Wage – the most significant labour market intervention since the National Minimum Wage.
The CBI’s Intelligence First service can help advise you on the impact of the new National Living Wage.
The Chancellor announcement of the introduction of the National Living Wage (NLW) will raise the minimum wage for those aged 25 and over to £7.20 from April 2016.
Like many other industries up and down the UK, ceramics manufacturers are evaluating the effects of the national living wage – and the huge business changes required to meet it.
In a wide-ranging interview with the Financial Times, Paul Drechsler says the impact of National Living Wage on business has been underestimated.
The CBI has responded to the Government’s National Minimum Wage announcement.
The CBI commented on the Low Pay Commission’s recommendations on the National Minimum Wage rates from October 2015.
Highlights of the last, and next, seven days in the CBI’s trust-in-business campaign
The Great Business Debate in which we discuss the Living Wage & employers' role in tackling poverty.
The CBI responded to Labour Party proposals to increase the minimum wage to £8.00 or more by 2020.