Three LPC members opposed size of minimum wage rise

Three LPC members opposed size of minimum wage rise
Minimum wage rise may have lured more into part-time work. Pic: Getty

The employer representatives on the Low Pay Commission said they would have supported a 20 cent per hour increase

The three employers' representatives on the Low Pay Commission (LPC), which this week recommended a 30 cent per hour increase in the national minimum wage (NMW), opposed the move, saying it took "insufficient regard of the views of the people who will actually have to fund the proposed increase, namely employers, big and small, right across Ireland".

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