Previous Events

Below is a full list of the events that the Resolution Foundation have held

More than a minimum: The review of the minimum wage - Final report

Date: 13 March 2014

The UK’s National Minimum Wage has been an undoubted success. But as concern about low pay has gained momentum, the settlement designed 15 years ago has struggled to keep pace. For the past nine months, the Resolution Foundation has ...

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Meeting the childcare challenge for working parents - Elizabeth Truss MP

Date: 13 February 2014

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Childcare is rising up the political agenda in the approach to the 2015 election and its costs can have a significant bearing on the living standards of working parents.
In a keynote ...

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The State of Living Standards 2014

Date: 11 February 2014

In one of its landmark annual events, the Resolution Foundation launched The State of Living Standards, a detailed and revealing study of life on low to middle incomes.  The survey examines in depth the economic circumstances and financial pressures on ...

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Will 2014 be the year of the pay-rise?

Date: 4 February 2014

After a decade of first wage-stagnation and then wage-slump, some analysts think it won’t be long before real earnings begin to rise again. With inflation back on target and GDP expected to rise this month for the fourth successive ...

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Stuck on the ground floor or climbing the stairs: Who gets stuck on low pay, who escapes and what makes the difference?

Date: 27 November 2013

Both low pay and social mobility are recognised as serious concerns in Britain but much less attention has been given to how easy or hard it is for someone to work their way up the earnings scale. Who gets stuck ...

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