April 2016 New Rates for the Living Wage

Employers will need to make sure that staff are being paid correctly from 1st April 2016 and this will be enforced as per the current national minimum wage. April 2016 sees the Living Wage becoming law.  So if you are working and aged 25 over and you are not in the first year of an apprenticeship you as an employee will be entitled to at lease £7.20 per hour.  This is an increase of 50p.  The Government is then committed to increase the living wage every year, so that when year 2020 arrives the living wage at 25 years of age

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