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National Living Wage launched

With the National Living Wage coming into force on 1 April, the CBI has said these wage increases risk being unaffordable for many firms.

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National Living Wage

The CBI has commented on the introduction of the National Living Wage – the most significant labour market intervention since the National Minimum Wage.

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The National Living Wage – helping you prepare

The CBI’s Intelligence First service can help advise you on the impact of the new National Living Wage.

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Introduction of the National Living Wage

The Chancellor announcement of the introduction of the National Living Wage (NLW) will raise the minimum wage for those aged 25 and over to £7.20 from April 2016. 

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What the living wage means for business

Like many other industries up and down the UK, ceramics manufacturers are evaluating the effects of the national living wage – and the huge business changes required to meet it.

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Living wage will hit profits and jobs - CBI President

In a wide-ranging interview with the Financial Times, Paul Drechsler says the impact of National Living Wage on business has been underestimated.

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The living wage: the right thing for business

The Living Wage Foundation argues that it makes good business sense to pay your staff enough to maintain a dignified standard of living

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CBI RESPONSE TO NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE ANNOUNCEMENT

The CBI has responded to the Government’s National Minimum Wage announcement.

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CBI comments on National Minimum Wage rates

The CBI commented on the Low Pay Commission’s recommendations on the National Minimum Wage rates from October 2015.

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Great Business Debate highlights

Highlights of the last, and next, seven days in the CBI’s trust-in-business campaign

The Great Business Debate in which we discuss the Living Wage & employers' role in tackling poverty.