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National Minimum Wage and Living Wage increase and age band changeNational Minimum Wage and Living Wage increase and age band change

On 1 April the National Living Wage increased to £8.91 per hour, the age threshold for the National Living Wages also moved from 25 to 23. This means that younger workers are now eligible for the higher rate. The 21-22 year old rate will be £8.36, 18-20 year old rate £6.56 and 16-17 year old rate £4.62. Record retention requirements for minimum wage are also extending to six years; Statutory sick pay and Statutory family-related pay will be increasing; as will Statutory Redundancy Pay.

Guidance from Anthony Collins Solicitors.

Press release.

More information.

UKHCA National Minimum Wage Toolkit.

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