Agricultural Minimum Wage Legislation 2020

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We would like to hear your views and experiences of the agricultural minimum wage in Wales.

The independent Agricultural Advisory Panel advises Welsh Ministers on the agricultural minimum wage and terms and conditions of employment for workers in agriculture, horticulture and forestry sectors.

The Agricultural Minimum Wage is in its fifth year and it is important to ensure it continues to meet the needs of an ever changing industry. To this end ADAS has been commissioned by the Welsh Government to carry out a survey on agricultural employment in Wales.

Your views and experiences are important both as an employer and employee, in order to inform the work of the Agricultural Advisory Panel and development of Welsh Government policies.

You can either complete the online survey at the link below

https://adas-survey.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/agricultural-minimum-wage-legislation-in-wales

Or follow the link to arrange an appointment to undertake a telephone interview with ADAS. The survey will be open from 30th November- 21st December 2020.

All information you provide will be treated as confidential. No personal information will be shared with Welsh Government or any other party.  Aggregated data will be provided to Welsh Government and the Agricultural Advisory Panel to help inform their work.


Last edited: 08:49 on 30 November 2020

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