Low paid workers

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Low-Paid Workers – How to promote wage progression and career progression

This research report seeks to understand whether and how government can use tax and regulation policy to promote wage progression and career progression among low-paid workers. Experiences in the labour market are at the heart of the political and policy debate about the modern economy. There is a growing sense that work is no longer … Continue reading

Low Paid Workers in Scotland – What matters to low paid workers in relation to decent work

The nature, experience, security and rewards from work have changed significantly in recent decades. Increasingly, large numbers of people experience work which is insecure and which is paid at levels which do not allow families to live above the poverty line. In Scotland, around half of working age adults experiencing poverty live in working households. Discussions … Continue reading

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