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Tag Archive: Living Wage Foundation

  • Latest HR News January 2020: Parental Bereavement Leave to Veganism

    Latest HR News January 2020 From Parental Bereavement Leave to Veganism

    Latest HR News – January 2020 Changes to National Living Wage, National Minimum Wages and Statutory Rates (April 2020) The national living wage for workers aged 25 and over will be £8.72 p/hr, the NMW for 21-24 year olds will be £8.20; for 18 to 20 year olds £6.45; for 16-17 year olds to £4.55 and the apprenticeship rate £4.15. In comparison, the Living Wage Foundation have set the real living wage at £9.30. Statutory maternity,…

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  • 2018 Employment Law Changes

    HR Newsletter for Small and Micro Businesses

    For busy managers of small businesses, there’s always lots to navigate, interpret and filter around employment law. This short digest will help you focus on some of the most relevant areas likely to affect your business over the first few months of 2018. National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage Increases (April 2018) The National Living Wage will increase to £7.83 per hour and the National Minimum Wage for 21-24 year olds will…

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  • Statutory Rates, Salary Sacrifice, Apprenticeship Levy and Modern Slavery

    Rate changes, Shared Parental Leave, Statutory Adoption changes and Unpaid Parental Leave extension

    Welcome to my first employment news update of 2017. Over the coming months, please be reassured that I’ll be interpreting and translating employment law changes and finding out what is most relevant to you and your business! National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage Increases (April 2017) The National Living Wage will increase to £7.50 per hour. The National Minimum Wage for 21-24 year olds will increase to £7.05 per hour; for 18 to 20…

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  • In Work Poverty

    Autumn statement Impact on Small Business Employers

    What is In Work Poverty? In Work Poverty (or Income Poverty) is defined as those living in a household with an equivalent disposable income below 60% of the national median. Equivalent disposable income is the amount of money that households have available for spending and saving after direct taxes (such as income tax and council tax) have been accounted for, adjusted for household size and composition. How big a problem is In Work Poverty? In…

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  • HR Newsletter October 2015

    Employment Help for the Very Busy – Winter Edition  Welcome to my latest HR Newsletter with a round-up of legislative changes and their likely impact on small and micro businesses. If you find this information helpful, please pass on to others. National Minimum Wage and The National Living Wage (1st Oct 2015) For workers aged 21 and above the rate will increase from £6.50 to £6.70 per hour. For workers aged between 18 and 20 the rate…

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  • What’s in Store for Small Businesses under the New Government?

    What’s in Store for Small Businesses under the New Government?

    What will the new Government do for small businesses? Here's a summary of the main areas likely to affect small businesses over the coming months and years (+ updates).

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