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Fewer Workers In Aberdeen Obtaining the Living Wage

The number of people in Aberdeen and across the UK obtaining the living wage has fallen with the number of workers who are not obtaining the living wage growing.

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Minimum Wage Rate May Increase for Agricultural Workers

The Scottish Agricultural Wages Board (SAWB) has proposed a rise in the minimum wage rate for agricultural workers with views being sought on such by 27 June 2014.

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TUC Supports Low Pay Review Conclusions

Following the publication of Low Pay: The Nation's Challenge by Alan Buckle, which argues that the framework that governs how the minimum wage is set must change dramatically, that the minimum wage must evolve to address the new, broader problem of low pay and calls for an ambitious target to increase the minimum wage over the course of a Parliament, Frances O'Grady, TUC General Secretary commented:

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Scottish Government Announces Commitment to Living Wage

The Scottish government has announced two amendments to the Procurement Reform (Scotland) Bill that it claims strengthens its commitment to the living wage in Scotland.

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Acas urges employers to prepare for new Minimum Wage

Workplace experts Acas have warned employers to be prepared for the new National Minimum Wage rates that will come into force on 1st October 2013.

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