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New National Minimum Wage rates set to come into effect

New National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates are set to come into force on 1 October.

Rates will increase by between 3% and 4.7% for individuals under the age of 25 and apprentices. 126 more words

National Minimum Wage Rise from 1 October 2016

Ok, so this is getting confusing. The National Minimum Wage (NMW) now runs alongside the National Living Wage (NLW).

The National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates rise from 1 October 2016 whereas we don’t expect an increase in the National Living Wage until April 2017. 131 more words


The National Minimum Wage is changing – Are you prepared?

The rates from 1st October 2016 are:

£7.20 per hour – 25 yrs and over

£6.95 per hour – 21 to 24 yrs

£5.55 per hour – 18 to 20 yrs… 35 more words


Enforcement of the NMW - a fair sport?

Earlier this month, the newly re-named Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS, formerly BIS) named & shamed another batch of 197 NMW rogues… 1,109 more words

Workers' Rights

Deliveroo Under Fire for messing with National Living Wages

What’s the best way to pay your part time, often disadvantaged, struggling employees less? Well silly, just claim that they are self employed entrepreneurs and offer them a varying hourly rate starting at £3.75. 54 more words

Business News

Federacion de Servicios Privados del sindicato Comisiones Obreras v Tyco Integrated Security, Tyco Integrated Fire & Security Corporation Servicios SA

In September 2015, we witnessed the judgement of Tyco by the then known European Court of Justice which left a large area of uncertainty for those that it impacts upon. 290 more words

Sports Direct minimum wage investigation to cover shop workers : Guardian.

Guardian understands HM Revenue & Customs investigation widened to look into pay of chain’s retail staff.

The official investigation into Sports Direct’s failure to pay its warehouse workers the national minimum wage is understood to have been widened to include the sportswear chain’s 13,000 retail workers. 614 more words


61chrissterry reblogged this on 61chrissterry and commented:

When an organisation is being investigated it should cover all who are employed within that organisation. Should the allegations be proven then Mike Ashley is also guilty, if only by association.