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National Minimum Wage Levels for the Under 25s to Increase from 1st October 2016

Written by Jon Cooper

The government has accepted the recommendations from The Low Pay Commission to increase the National Minimum Wage for workers aged under 25 and apprentices with effect from 1st October 2016. The changes include:

For workers aged 25 and over, National Living Wage remains at £7.20 an hour.

In a departure from previous years, these new rates are set to last for six months only until 31st March 2017. This is to harmonize the National Minimum Wage and The National Living Wage cycles with new rates for all five categories from 1st April 2017 expected to be announced in the Autumn Statement.

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