The National Minimum Wage is set to increase from 1st April 2020.
Are you ready to make the necessary changes to your payroll?
All age bands and the rate for apprentices will increase.
As an employer it is your responsibility to make sure you are paying your workers the correct rate.
At Woodville our payroll department assess your staff each time we process your payroll to make sure you are meeting the minimum legal requirements.
Here’s a chart showing the changes;
It has also been recommended by the Low Pay Commission that the national living wage will be paid to employees aged 21 and over.
The National Living Wage is an obligatory minimum wage currently paid to employees aged 25 and over that was introduced in April 2016.
The government aims to achieve this recommendation by 2024.
Don’t forget since last April, it is the statutory right to receive an itemised payslip for all workers.
A payslip may be provided in either a physical format or an electronic format that the worker can print
If we don’t already look after your payroll for you, why not get in touch today to see how the team can help make paying your employees a piece of cake!
Don’t have staff yet but thinking about it? Take a read of our previous blogs for guidance;