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Employment Law Changes – October 2016

Here’s an article by Ally Maughan, Founder and CEO of People Puzzles, a very close partner of ours…

Employment law changes are usually scheduled for either April or October of each year, and this year is no exception. There is only one key changes which is being implemented now:

National Minimum Wage increases for some ages – from 1 October 2016
For those aged 25 or over, there is no change from the previously updated National Living Wage. For younger workers, the changes are as follows:

In future, all statutory wage minimums will change in April, from April 2017.

Other private sector changes to look forward to:

For more information or to talk to People Puzzles, who provide part-time HR Directors visit their website.

 

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