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National Minimum Wage (NMW) and National Living Wage (NLW) 2015 Update

Every October the National Minimum Wage (NMW) changes.

If you are an employer, then you will need to be aware of the increases taking place from October 2015. 266 more words

National Living Wage

Fashion faux pas

When you’re out shopping on the high street, how often do you see sales assistants wearing the store’s current season’s offerings? Fairly frequently if you happen to shop in one of those trendy fashion outlets with a high turnover of stock. 416 more words


The Gender Pay Gap: Does this affect apprentices?

I’m writing about something a little different this week I guess, but it’s been in the news quite alot recently and I didn’t know much about it before. 33 more words


Workplace pensions 'could be postponed for millions' amid concerns over small business implementation

A report from the National Audit Office (NAO) has revealed that the Government has drafted contingency plans for placing a last-resort ‘emergency pause’ on the pensions auto-enrolment scheme, as fears arise over the disorder that the legislation could bring for smaller employers. 150 more words

The National Minimum Wage

One of the most common questions that clients ask us at Stallion Accountancy Services is about the National Minimum Wage.

This is the minimum hourly rate that virtually all employers must pay their workers and depends on the status of the worker (i.e. 587 more words

NMW offenders named and shamed

Over 100 employers who have failed to pay their workers the National Minimum Wage (NMW) have been named and shamed.

Between them, the 113 employers owed workers over £387,000 in arrears, and span sectors including hairdressing, retail, education, catering and social care. 149 more words

Business News

Are hairdressers really *that* bad at paying the NMW?

With the Workers’ Party – or is it the Party of Equality? – leaving no stone unturned in its titanic struggle to “end discrimination and finish the fight for equality in our country”, last month saw the Department for Business, Innovation & Workers’ Rights… 412 more words