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  Simon Turton    
  January 24, 2020

Rise in National Living Wage

Employers should ensure, and employees should take care to check, that the required steps have been put in place to affect the increase to the national living and minimum wage. The new rates, outlined below, will come into force from 1 April 2020.

The National Living Wage (workers aged 25 and over) will increase from £8.21 to £8.72 per hour. The National Minimum Wage will increase as follows:

Age Range Increasing From Increasing To
Workers aged 21 to 24 £7.70 £8.20
Workers aged 18 to 20 £6.15 £6.45
Workers aged over compulsory school age under 18 £4.35 £4.55
Apprentices £3.90 £4.15


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