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Pay floors are powerful tools but workers need decent conditions too
Chancellor to act on Low Pay Commission recommendation though full effect of changes questioned
Boris Johnson says worker shortages will end when low-pay immigration does, but commitment is not a strategy
UK government list is part of wider push to clamp down on abuses of workers’ rights
But Resolution Foundation report warns ministers to look beyond wage levels alone
Student group finds 1,000 workers were paid below city’s living wage of £10.31 an hour
US president’s move to lift pay to $15-an-hour also ramps up pressure on businesses
Maybe they’ll order the queso blanco too.
Living Wage Foundation calls for urgent action on job security for low-paid employees
Andy Sewell’s photos capture the food banks feeding the hungry during the coronavirus crisis
Two court cases reveal the UK’s inconsistency in defining ‘work’ and providing fair remuneration
Supreme Court judgment will lead to renewed calls for the government to resolve a funding crisis in the sector
Risks of some job losses outweighed by the benefits of higher productivity and increased consumption
Retailer boosts pay to $15 an hour but critics will not be so easily satisfied
It’s not a magic wand. As Winston Churchill argued, other measures are needed too
Ministers blast UK companies as ‘rogue employers’ for short-changing workers over pay
Report comparing boardroom and shopfloor pay highlights yawning disparity in earnings
ILO says lower paid workers — disproportionately women — have been most affected by a loss of working hours
Fashion retailer appoints retired judge after allegations over its treatment of workers
Economists and politicians rethink their opposition to high floors for the lowest paid workers
More than 10,000 factory workers denied £27m in wages since July, says British Retail Consortium
Liz Kendall calls for shareholder action after review confirms reports workers were paid less than minimum wage
CBI, TUC and Acas issue joint warning as chancellor weighs new rescue package
Companies are realising that higher wages for the less well-off can pay for themselves
Lack of enforcement shows challenge in tackling allegations of supply chain issues