Consultation on pay

04 May 2016

One month on from the introduction of the National Living Wage (NLW), views are being sought on where the National Minimum Wage rates (including the NLW) should be set from April 2017.

One month on from the introduction of the National Living Wage (NLW), views are being sought on where the National Minimum Wage rates (including the NLW) should be set from April 2017.

One area of interest to the Low Pay Commission is how the NLW’s introductory rate of £7.20 is affecting workers, employers, the labour market and the economy; how businesses are adjusting to this, and how it’s impacting pay, terms and conditions, income, hours, employment and competitiveness.

The consultation is open for responses until 29th July 2016.

And if you need any help with minimum wage calculations, the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills has just published an updated guide, which is available here (downloads as pdf).

 


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