The Low Pay Commission 2020 NMW and NLW rates

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Intergenerational Foundation
Intergenerational Foundation
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12 June 2019
Social Policy, Poverty Alleviation Welfare Benefits and Financial Inclusion, Employment, Children and Young People, Older Adults
Social welfare
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Intergenerational Foundation (IF) response to the Low Pay Commission (LPC) consultation on the setting of the National Minimum Wage (NMW) and National Living Wage (NLW) rates that will apply from April 2020.

IF is keen to ensure that the interests of young people receive significant consideration in determining minimum wage policy, especially regarding the age related NMW rates.

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