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AUTHOR: Michael Carty
The second part of our survey of employers' attitudes to the national
minimum wage reveals that the majority of respondents pay above the statutory
minimum rates for younger workers, despite widespread support for age-related
Current minimum rates for 18- to 21-year-oldsChart 1: Minimum pay
rates among survey respondents for workers aged 18 to 21
Minimum rates for 16- and 17-year-oldsChart 2: Minimum pay
rates among survey respondents for workers aged 16 and 17
Compliance with the 2006 NMW uprating
Attitudes to the 2006 NMW uprating
Views on the current statutory rates
Age laws may have forced the pace of change…
… but one-third support NMW age bandsTable 1: What is the minimum hourly rate
paid to the following groups in your organisation?
Table 2: Has your organisation had to
increase its minimum hourly rates for the following groups as a result of the
October 2006 uprating?
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