National minimum wage: Low Pay Commission report 2011

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The Stationery Office, Apr 7, 2011 - Law - 188 pages
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The Low Pay Commission was again asked to monitor and evaluate the impact of the minimum wage and to consider its effect on different groups of workers. Additionally the Commission reviews the Apprentice Rate. The Commission recommends that: the adult rate of the National Minimum Wage be increased by 15 pence to 6.08 an hour from 1 October 2011; the accommodation offset should increase from 4.61 to 4.73 per day from 1 October 2011; the Youth Deveopment Rate be increased by 6p to 4.98 an hour and that the 16-17 year old rate be increased by 4p to 3.68 an hour from 1 October 2011; and that the Apprentice Rate be incrased by 10p to 2.60 an hour
 

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Contents

The lmpact of the National Minimum Wage to Date
17
Impact of the National Minimum Wage
23
Young People lnterns and Apprentices
67
Compliance and Operation of the National Minimum Wage
93
Appendices
133
Minimum Wage Systems in Other Countries
149
References
161
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