Minimum Wage will rise again this year!

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As proposed by the Low Pay Commission the minimum wage will increase again this October by 3%.

Author: Nicola Porter
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As proposed by the Low Pay Commission the minimum wage will increase again this October by 3%.

This will result in the following rises

•    an increase from £6.50 to £6.70 for 21’s and over
•    an increase from £5.13 to £5.30 for 18-20 year olds
•    an increase from £3.79 to £3.87 for 16-17 year olds
•    an increase from £2.73 to £3.30 for apprentices

Employers should therefore be prepared and ready for implementation come October 2015.

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