National Minimum Wages Rates April 2021 The government has announced the annual increases in national minimum wage rates to apply from 6 April 2021, taking the minimum salary of those aged 23 or over to £8.91 per hour. National Minimum
Employers’ National Insurance Costs As well as reductions in business rates and measures to reduce the impact of coronavirus on businesses, the Chancellors 2020 budget laid out several other plans that are expected to reduce the costs associated with employing
The Government has announced the new compensation limits to be imposed by employment tribunals with effect from 6 April 2019
Significant Reform To National Minimum Wage Rules Announced The Government consulted in 2019 on reforming the National Minimum Wage regulations regarding salaried hours workers and the operation of salary sacrifice schemes, reflecting employers concerns that the rules were out-of-step with
Statutory Payments include maternity pay, paternity pay, shared parental pay, adoption pay and sick pay. The rates normally increase each April.
The Employment Tribunal Award Limits set the value of a weeks pay for calculating payments such as redundancy pay and unfair dismissal compensation. The limits normally increase each April.
National Minimum Wage Rates from April 2020 The National Living Wage for workers aged 25 and over will increase from £8.21 to £8.72. The National Minimum Wage rates will be increased from: Tap into and share the Kea world! Don’t
Increase in the Holiday Pay Reference Period from 12 to 52 Weeks On the 6 April 2020 the Employment Rights (Employment Particulars and Paid Annual Leave) (Amendment) Regulations 2018 (SI 2018/1378) increase the reference period used for determining a week’s
Zero Hours Workers Could Be Compensated For Cancelled Shifts The flurry of consultations for the government’s Good Work Plan continues with new proposals of compensation for workers when their shift is cancelled at short notice. This consultation is particularly relevant
New legislation to end unfair tipping practices and increase transparency for consumers and employees were announced by the Government today. The new legislation will ensure that service industry workers get all of the tips left by customers.
The Real Living Wage Rates are are calculated annually by the Resolution Foundation and overseen by the Living Wage Commission. The rates are calculated annually and are based on the best available evidence about living standards in London and the UK.