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Key changes to employment law in 2022

Key changes to employment law in 2022

National Minimum Wage The National Minimum Wage will increase on 6 April 2022. The new pay rates will be as follows: National living wage (age 23 or over): £9.50 per hour Age 21 to 22: £9.18 per hour Age 18 to 20: £6.83 per hour Age 16 to 17: £4.81 per hour Apprentice...

Employment Law Changes for Employers 2020

April 2020 onwards will see a number of changes and employers should be taking practical steps now to ensure that they are fully prepared. Here are a few of the key changes that should be noted by all. The National Minimum Wage Complying with National Minimum Wage...

Key employment law changes for 2018

Here is a brief summary of some of the key employment law changes to look out for this year. 1 April 2018 – the national minimum wage increases. From 1 April 2018, all workers aged 25 and over are legally entitled to at least £7.83 per hour. Full minimum wage rates...

National Minimum Wage Regulations 2017

The draft National Minimum Wage (Amendment) Regulations 2017 were published on 1 February 2017 and propose to increase rates including the standard adult rate, apprenticeship rate and accommodation offset limit of the National Minimum Wage on 1 April 2017. National...