Almost a quarter of employers admit they froze or reduced pay increases to fund the new national living wage
Jun06

Almost a quarter of employers admit they froze or reduced pay increases to fund the new national living wage

One year on from the introduction of the national living wage, a new survey from XpertHR[i] finds that almost a quarter (23%) of organisations froze or reduced pay for some workers to fund the extra increase in wages. XpertHR investigated how employers have adapted to the national living wage that came into force on 1 April 2016, introducing a £7.20 an hour wage for employees aged 25 and over; and looked at how they are planning ahead...

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