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Would raising the minimum wage to the living wage increase unemployment?

24 April 2014

In an article for Personnel Today, Hannah Price examines whether raising the minimum wage to the living wage would increase unemployment.

In an article for Personnel Today, Hannah Price examines whether raising the minimum wage to the living wage would increase unemployment. The article was written in conjunction with Ius Laboris alliance colleagues from Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands and Germany. Ius Laboris is the world’s largest HR law firm alliance of which Lewis Silkin is the UK member.

You can read the article in full here.

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