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The Minimum Wage Debate

Posted on by Shaun Causer

In February, Daily Telegraph journalist Rupert Neate reported a clash between two think tanks on the always controversial topic of the minimum wage. Neate’s article stated that Steve Coulter, of the Social Market Foundation, had made the  suggestion that the … Continue reading

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The Royal Wedding Clean Up (Part 2)

Posted on by Shaun Causer

As the Royal Wedding had done before it, the subsequent event clean-up and more importantly who paid for it, has been subject to press attention.  The ceremony, and the trimmings that came with it, were funded by the bride and … Continue reading

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Snakes and Ladders in New Labour’s Benefits System

Posted on by Shaun Causer

In last weeks post we discussed the National Minimum Wage (NMW) and asked the question whether it actually provided a “living wage” for a cleaning operative, especially doing daily cleaning work, given the difficulty of stringing enough part time jobs … Continue reading

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The National Minimum Wage.

Posted on by Shaun Causer

Can you remember the fear and consternation that the National Minimum Wage created in most contractors’ minds when it was first introduced? It was almost as bad as TUPE as everyone had their own bête-noires ranging from worrying about customer’s … Continue reading

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