- Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change
Dr Calum Carson (Leeds University Business School) and Daniel Howard (Living Wage Foundation) talk about the distinction between the National Living Wage and the Real Living Wage, why employers decide to become Living Wage employers, and what else affects in-work poverty.
Find out more about the Living Wage Foundation by visiting the website www.livingwage.org.uk
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