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Time: 1.00pm - 2.00pm
Venue: Room 3024, Kingston Business School, Kingston Hill campus, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey
Speaker(s): Professor Monder Ram
Analysis by the Low Pay Commission (LPC) 'broadly supports the view that the NLW is a substantial change for the labour market, business and workers'. Early evidence of employer responses takes the form of broad-brush coverage of sectors, with little attention to the concrete experiences of owners and workers in small firms. Studies have yet to address the particular issue of non-compliance with the NLW. Our research aims to investigate the concrete ways in which small firms in the 'informal economy' operate, particularly in respect of non-compliance with the NLW and other employment legislation. The research has two components comprising a) long established firms in low paying sectors, and b) business owners and workers from new migrant communities.
Professor Monder Ram is the Director of Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME), Co-Director of the Enterprise and Diversity Alliance (EDA) and Director of the Enterprise and Diversity Cluster based in the Business School at the University of Birmingham. He has extensive experience of working in, researching and acting as a consultant to small and ethnic minority businesses. Monder also holds the positions of Visiting Fellow at the Industrial Relations Research Unit at Warwick University, and Visiting Professor at Turku University in Finland.
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Contact: Dr. Hang Do
Directions to Room 3024, Kingston Business School, Kingston Hill campus, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey:
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