Category Archives: National Minimum WAge

What to expect in Employment Law in the second half of 2014

The Government has announced several proposed changes to employment law. It has also launched a number of consultations on further proposed changes. Changes coming in on 1 October 2014: National Minimum Wage Increases: The annual increase to the National Minimum … Continue reading

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National Minimum Wage Update

As discussed in a previous blog, Business Secretary Vince Cable has begun the naming and shaming of Employers who fail to pay their employees the correct National Minimum Wage (“NMW”). Five employers have already been named under the new rules, … Continue reading

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National Minimum Wage Changes and Controversy

Following an announcement by the Prime Minister prior to Christmas, the financial penalty for employers who do not pay their workers the National Minimum Wage(“NMW”) will increase from £5,000 to £20,000. Currently, any employer breaking NMW law must pay the … Continue reading

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