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Low pay in Northern Ireland: An Update

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At the start of this month NISRA published its Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings for April 2020. This data offers us our annual opportunity to have a look at what has been happening in the economy over the year in terms of wages and of course, in the context of this year, it offers us the first...
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Presentations - NERI Post Budget 2021 Commentary Webinar

The NERI Post Budget 2021 Commentary took place as a Zoom webinar on Wednesday 21st October, 2020 at 15:00. The presentations were made by Michael Taft (SIPTU), Dr Tricia Keilthy (St Vincent de Paul) and Eamon Murphy (Social Justice Ireland). Each panelist made a 15 minute presentation responding to...

The rising tide of unemployment: Government policy is key to preventing a winter of discontent

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The seasonally adjusted Labour Force Survey estimates for Northern Ireland for the period June-August 2020 showed that, over the quarter the unemployment rate increased by 1.2pps to 3.7%. I believe this figure alone represents the start of the labour market shake-out and beginning of crises (as...

NERI Post Budget 2021 Commentary webinar

The NERI Post Budget 2021 Commentary took place as a Zoom webinar on Wednesday 21st October, 2020 at 15:00. The presentations were made by Michael Taft (SIPTU), Dr Tricia Keilthy (St Vincent de Paul) and Eamon Murphy (Social Justice Ireland). Each panelist made a 15 minute presentation responding to...