Workers on Living Wage worse off as companies cut rewards
It is nearly one month since the National Living Wage came into effect - a new minimum wage of £7.20 an hour for everyone aged 25 and over.
It is a move designed to boost more than a million workers.
However it has led to some companies reforming their "pay and reward structures" to offset the cost of introducing the National Living Wage, leaving some workers worse off.
Emma Simpson reports.