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New Minimum Wages Levels from 1 April 2023

This April National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage rates will increase by at least 9.7% for most employees.  A full time worker aged 23 or over on the National Living Wage will see an increase of £150 a month.

From 1 April 2023, the National Living Wage (for those aged 23 and over) and the National Minimum Wage (for those of at least school leaving age) will increase to:

  • Employees aged 23 and over: £10.42
  • Employees aged 21 – 22: £10.18
  • Employees aged 18 – 20: £7.49
  • Employees aged 16 – 17: £5.28
  • Apprentice rate: £5.28

All employers – regardless of size – must pay the correct minimum wage. If we process your payroll, we will check and notify you if an employee is being paid below the new rate.  If you are processing payroll please make sure you are checking in April and each time staff under 23 years of age have a birthday to ensure you are paying the correct rate.

If you have any queries, please contact us. We’re here to help.

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