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FSB reaction to the second of three planned minimum wage rises to take place in a 12 month period.
FSB reacts to Chancellor speech at Labour conference
The latest UK jobs numbers show employment up by 174,000 jobs and unemployment falling to 1.63 million
On Friday (01 April 2016) the new National Living Wage (NLW) will come into force.
FSB comments on the latest jobs numbers from November to January
John Allan, National Chairman for the Federation of Small Businesses, offers comment.
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Small firms need clear guidance on wage changes, says FSB
June labour statistics
Reacting to the news that wage growth in the UK is picking up, Graham Buck, FSB Regional Chairman said:
"Today's ruling leaves many questions unanswered. It has the potential to be very damaging to small businesses, presenting a real risk of small firms being forced to close down if faced by retrospective claims.
The FSB NI has responded to the Living Wage Foundation''s announcement that the living wage is to increase by 2.6% by reiterating it should remain an "important aspirational goal"
Responding to the latest Gross Disposable Household Income (GDHI) figures FSB Wales Head of External Affairs Iestyn Davies
The government has approved a rise in the National Minimum Wage to £6.50 per hour later this year, with more than one million people set to see their pay rise by as much as £355 a year.
It is time for fundamental reform of the National Minimum Wage, says the Federation of Small Businesses. The way rates are set needs to change to provide greater certainty over the future direction of the minimum wage for businesses and workers
Wilfred Mitchell showed support for the rise in minimum wage even though there would be a negative effect on small businesses
The FSB in Wales has responded to a TUC Wales call for employers to introduce the ''living wage'' for staff.
Half (49%) of small businesses with employees on the National Minimum Wage have either increased wages in the last 12 months or are considering raising pay, according to new FSB data. The data shows less than a quarter (23%) of small firms have any s
Figures released by the Association of Convenience Stores have revealed that store owners are sacrificing their own wages by taking home less than the minimum wage to keep their stores open and pay staff.
National Federation of Self Employed & Small Businesses LimitedSir Frank Whittle Way / Blackpool / FY4 2FE. National Federation of Self Employed & Small Businesses Limited (FSB) is registered in England, number 1263540