IRR says minimum wage will entrench structural unemployment

21 November 2016 - The proposed new minimum wage of R3 500 per month will do little to improve the circumstances of existing workers, while further limiting access to the labour market for unemployed people. This is according to analysts at the IRR.
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IRR says minimum wage will entrench structural unemployment

21 November 2016 - The proposed new minimum wage of R3 500 per month will do little to improve the circumstances of existing workers, while further limiting access to the labour market for unemployed people. This is according to analysts at the IRR.

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Minimum wage Press release.pdf — PDF document, 106 kB (109,430 bytes)

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