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CBI comments on minimum wage rise

The CBI commented ahead of the rise in the National Minimum Wage to £6.50 per hour.

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CBI responds to Labour Party National Minimum Wage proposals

The CBI responded to Labour Party proposals to increase the minimum wage to £8.00 or more by 2020.

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Living standards debate at CBI 2014

Living standards was the theme of a lively Great Business Debate session, ‘Fair for all’ not a ‘free for all’, with panellists discussing a range of issues from business engagement with schools, to how companies can better support their employees, and the affordability of the living wage.

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'Embed wage increases via sustained productivity growth'

Labour market statistics for January 2018 to March 2018 show employment increased by 197,000 and unemployment decreased by 46,000.

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Cridland: UK economy is rebalancing, but artificial wage hikes are 'a gamble'

Full version of CBI chief John Cridland's major economics speech at King's College London.

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National infrastructure priorities

The CBI has outlined challenges that the UK will face in the coming decades, which should be addressed by the National Infrastructure Commission.

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National Infrastructure Commission

The CBI welcomes the first National Infrastructure Assessment. 

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The dangers of wage inflation

Salaries are rising – and firms must tread carefully when recruiting or retaining top talent in a competitive environment.

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A global climate deal requires national implementation

The global climate deal carefully crafted in Paris at the end of 2015 marked an ambitious and momentous step forward in tackling climate change. With nearly 200 countries committed to keeping global temperature rises “well below” the 2oC pre industrial average, and an aspiration of below 1.5 oC, the deal gives business a framework to work with.

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Warning on rising employment costs

The CBI warns government that the new apprenticeship levy and national living wage will raise the cost of employment, putting prospects for workers at risk