Employers must gear up for April living wage deadline

The National Living Wage has been catching headlines since Chancellor George Osborne announced it last summer, but the Government’s target of £9 per hour by 2020 has overshadowed the detail, and many businesses remain unaware of the transitional deadlines and new penalties now in place. The compulsory National Living Wage (NLW) arrives on 1 April 2016 for eligible workers aged 25 and over, and it’s been set at £7.20 per hour.   But the NLW does not replace the current National Minimum Wage, it sits alongside and is a new premium…

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