Vote Yes to get pay rise, Scots told
Around 150,000 people could see their pay increase in the event of a Yes vote in the referendum, according to the SNP.
The party has said it would set up a commission in an independent Scotland to consider a new minimum wage that would rise at least in line with inflation.
Its analysis found that around 150,000 Scots, or just under 7% of the workforce, will be earning the UK national minimum wage in October, when the rate is due to increase to £6.50. The wage had failed to keep up with the cost of living since 2008, the party said.
Christina McKelvie MSP, of the SNP Parliamentary trade union group, claimed a Yes vote would ensure low-paid workers "earn a fair day's pay for a fair day's work".