Improving the lives of low-paid workers
The ramping up of the national minimum wage since 2015 has more than halved the share of low-paid employees in Britain. But it is far from job done: too few low-paying jobs offer dignity, respect and security to the people doing them. Nye Cominetti, Rui Costa, Charlie McCurdy and Gregory Thwaites report on how the minimum wage has transformed pay - and how we can go beyond this to make real progress on providing 'good work'.
20 June 2023 Paper Number CEPCP654
This CentrePiece article is published under the centre's Labour markets programme.