National living wage

We can help you to navigate the changing rules on pay and cope with their impact on your business.

The state of pay

The National Living Wage has been introduced to help ensure all workers over 25 earn enough to have a normal standard of living. The National Minimum Wage rules for people who are under 25 are currently unchanged.

We’re here to help you manage wage increases

Since the National Living Wage was introduced in January 2016 our advice line has handled over 2000 calls, on this subject, from concerned business owners. We can help by explaining changing legislation in straightforward language. We’ll give you pragmatic advice to help you to minimise the effect on your business. We’ll keep you up to date with future changes too, so whatever happens you can be confident you have a workable plan.

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