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Employment legislation is hot news right now, as the main political parties release their manifestos, hit the campaign trail, and aim to make sure that voters know exactly how their lives can be improved if they make the right choice at the polling station come June 8th

People care about how they’re treated at work, how much cash they take home each month, and the provisions that are in place to make sure that they’re given the opportunity to thrive.

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What will happen to the national living wage post-election?

Right now, nothing is set in stone, but it’s a bargaining chip that the key parties are using to sway more support over to their side.

Theresa May has pledged to increase the rate to around £8.75 per hour by 2020, and the Labour Party have taken things a step further by saying that under their control, it’ll be increased to ‘at least’ £10 an hour. Their manifesto states that this will cover all workers aged 18 and over, and not just those aged 25 and over, as is currently the case.

The Green Party are getting involved too, saying ‘the introduction of a minimum wage of £10 by 2020 is a necessary step towards tackling inequality and poverty’.

So where does this leave your business?

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With the government having recently announced an election for 8th June, politics is something that is being discussed up and down the country. As a leader of a workforce, there are many potential problems that this could create. It can be a sensitive subject, fraught with emotion and strong opinions, so it makes sense to know exactly how you can and should deal with any issues that might arise.

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