The Future of the Minimum Wage – autumn 2020 briefing paper

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Author: Carnegie UK Trust and the Learning and Work Institute

Year: 2020

There are renewed debate about the 2021 minimum wage rates given the economic impact of COVID-19, particularly on low paid sectors. This briefing paper aims to contribute to the debate by highlighting the findings from our ongoing research programme with the Learning and Work Institute, The Future of the Minimum Wage.


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