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Setting minimum wage a 'tough balancing' act says Chief Minister

Sat, 29 Mar 2014

The Chief Minister says setting a revised minimum wage for the Island is a tough balancing act.

A review into the existing rate has been launched, with a view to increase it in line with the UK’s, which is 10 pence higher.

As it stands the minimum wage for Island workers is £6.40.

Chief Minister Bell says they must be careful any increases are sustainable.


  • Allan Bell, MHK

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