legal minimum

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The main reason for the jump in those earning the legal minimum is the Government's new "living wage", announced by Chancellor George Osborne.
50-an-hour legal minimum last year worked in health or social care, according to data from HM Revenue and Customs.
The government of El Salvador announced that from January 1 there will be an increase of 4% in the legal minimum wage in the productive sectors, reports Laprensagrafical.
A LEADING academic expert has travelled to Wales to back a proposal that nursing levels in hospitals should not fall below a legal minimum.
2 million workers are on the legal minimum, compared with 600,000 when it was introduced in 1999.
Planned are three blocks of education: sign language, specific ways of communication and financially - the legal minimum.
To reinforce this bold statement, as of March 7, the coalition are to hike up the penalty of up to PS20,000 for those caught paying less than the legal minimum wage.
The Social Democrats (SPD) will not conclude negotiations without a universal legal minimum wage," Merkel said, as the coalition talks between the SPD and her Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and its Bavarian sister party the Christian Social Union (CSU) entered the final phase.
Wet braking tests show that the increase in wet stopping distance, from 50 mph of a tyre at the legal minimum depth compared to a new tyre, can be 42ft.
Migrant workers were often paid under the legal minimum wage, as well as being subject to abuse, discrimination, bullying and harassment at work, said FIRST Union general secretary Robert Reid.
Every sector is going to define its own salary, which, however, should not be lower than the legal minimum.
Labour Ministry officials claimed that workers had complained of physical abuse by Chinese managers, and added that they were earning below the legal minimum amount, News 24 reports.