On behalf of Model Westminster and the Low Pay Commission of the United Kingdom, I am very delighted to be inviting you to our event taking place at the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills Westminster Conference Centre.
The LPC whose purpose is to provide advice to the Government on matters relating to the NMW is interested in hearing YOUR views on the National Minimum Wage and low pay.
The Commission would like to hear first-hand what impact the National Minimum Wage, youth and apprentice rates is having on young people in different areas across the UK.
Your contributions from this event will be submitted to the LPC who will then make a final recommendation to the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister, and the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills as early as possible in February 201 5.
We are especially keen to attract the following groups to this event so please feel free to forward on this invitation.
Those with weekend or Saturday jobs
Individuals who are just starting their career
What will you be doing?
A lecture on the significance of the NMW and it's impacts on business, employees and the economy as a whole.
Designing a simplified model of the Apprentice wage rates in the UK
Considering the evidence for raising the NMW in 2015
Producing a report for the commision
Please find details below and a signup button to register. You must be under 26 years of age to take part. I look forward to welcoming you to the event on 26th August.
Kind regards, Ayath Ullah
Chief Operating Officer
Model Westminster The Low Pay Commission (LPC) is an independent body that advises the government about the National Minimum Wage established following the National Minimum Wage Act 1998.