National Minimum Wage Comparison: NI, ROI and GBPosted in : Comparative Employment Law Table on 20 August 2018
In this podcast our experts explain that, in the UK, the national minimum wage is revised every year based on that Low Pay Commissions' recommendation and announced in April. In Ireland, the national minimum wage has always been a good bit higher. Similarly, the Low Pay Commission makes a recommendation each year essentially as to what the national minimum wage should be, and by and large, that will be adopted by the government.
Keywords: National Minimum Wage; Pay and Conditions
The following recording features of voices of Mark McAllister, an employment relations manager from the Labour
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