CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REPORT The minimum wage is an important part of the Government’s goal of reducing low pay in employment. All employers are obliged to pay the National Minimum Wage (NMW) to workers within its scope at
CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REPORT Forecasts of the future number of trade mark registrations help intellectual property offices to plan, identifying what resources will be needed. Faced with a steep increase in trade mark applications in recent years, the
CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REPORT Volunteer It Yourself (VIY) is a social action programme that combines volunteering and DIY by identifying local tradespeople to volunteer to mentor young people aged 14-24 in building and construction skills. The programme aims
CLICK HERE FOR FULL REPORT This paper explores whether the evaluation of business support interventions could be improved by taking into account the wider economic impact on growth. For example, the extent to which those businesses receiving support grow at
CLICK FOR FULL REPORT This report describes work to link two waves of the Small Business Survey (SBS) to the Inter-Departmental Business Register (IDBR). The first wave that has been linked is the Annual Small Business Survey 2006/07; the second
CLICK FOR FULL REPORT Belmana are working with the University of Middlesex to understand the impact of the opening up of administrative data for evaluating public services. A focus has been the effort led by New Philanthropy Capital (NPC) in
Last week saw the Justice Data Lab publish reports evaluating the performance of a further two charities working with ex-offenders. A total of 59 reports can be found on the Ministry of Justice part of .gov.uk. The Lab has been
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