Jobs Committee to discuss low pay issue

Jobs Committee to discuss low pay issue

The issue of low pay will be discussed by the Jobs Committee later.

The meeting is being organised to give committee members a better understanding of the complexities surrounding the issue of low pay and the living wage.

Representatives from the Mandate, Unite and SIPTU trade union groups will appear before the Committee, followed by a presentation from representatives of the Small Firms Association.

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