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The extent of low pay
The plan of the book
Procedures for the abolition of wages councils
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abolition agreements analysis association average bakers baking canteen workers catering cent changes characteristics collective bargaining competition concentrated considered covered cutlery determination differentials distribution earnings economic effect employed employers employment establishments evidence example existence factors female firms full-time grading groups higher hour hourly earnings important income increase independent industries institutional interviews jute labour force labour market less low pay low-paid lower major male manual workers manufacturing median methods minimum wage negotiated occupations organisation paid paper box part-time particular pence percentage period plant points primary problem product market proportion protection quartile range rates reasonable relative reports result sample secondary sector segmentation shows skill small firms social Source stamped or pressed structure suggests supply survey Table trade union traditional voluntary collective bargaining wages councils women