National minimum wage
The 'real' Living Wage, the voluntary rate calculated based on what people need to live on, has increased to £9.90 an hour across the UK and £11.05 an hour in London.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed wage increases for the lowest paid workers and public sector staff in his Budget today, as well as changes to Universal Credit (Wednesday 27 October).
The national living wage will increase to £9.50 an hour from 1 April 2022, HM Treasury has revealed.
From 1 April 2021 thousands of low-paid workers will receive a pay rise of almost 9%, as the eligibility for the national living wage is widened to include 23 and 24-year-olds.
News: HR and legal information and guidance relating to the national minimum wage.
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