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The government is reminding employers that a new National Living Wage (NLW) is being introduced from 1 April 2016 and advising employers to get ready for this change.
The NLW rate will be payable to workers in the UK who are 25 or over. For workers currently being paid the National Minimum Wage (NMW) this will mean a 50 pence increase.
The government expects over a million workers in the UK aged 25 and over to directly benefit from the increase, which sees the current minimum rate of £6.70 increase by 50p.
The government is encouraging employers to ensure they are ready to pay the new wage on 1 April 2016. It has published a four-step guide on the living wage website, asking employers to:
HMRC will have responsibility for enforcing the new NLW in addition to the NMW.
For those not affected by the NLW the following NMW rates apply:
Internet link: GOV.UK National Living Wage
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