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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter providing NMW statement
    Letter providing NMW statementIf you employ any staff who are paid at national minimum or national living wage levels, it's good employment relations practice to advise them in writing of the government's annual increases.Annual increasesYou must pay your workers at least the national minimum wage (NMW) or national living wage (NLW). The hourly rate for the NMW/NLW depends on their age and on whether they're an apprentice; there are five different rates. The NMW/NLW rates are reviewed annually and then they...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter advising of NMW rate freeze
    Letter advising of NMW rate freezeWhere the government imposes a freeze on any of the national minimum wage (NMW) rates, it's still worth writing to the affected employees to notify them that there will be no increase to their hourly rate of pay. Use our letter for this purpose.Informing staffStrictly speaking, where a freeze on NMW rates means an employee's pay is exactly the same, there's no need for you to do anything or to even notify your employee - because nothing has changed. However, so that your employees...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter advising of NMW rate increase - due to legislation
    Letter advising of NMW rate increase (due to legislation)All employers must pay their employees at least the national minimum wage (NMW). It is reviewed annually and, so far, it has always risen. When this happens, you should notify any staff affected that their hourly rate will rise due to changes in legislation. Use our letter to do this.  Notifying changes  When NMW rates change, you must action them immediately - never delay doing this. A failure to do so could mean that you are reported to HMRC; it has...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter advising of NMW rate increase - due to age
    Letter advising of NMW rate increase (due to age)The national minimum wage (NMW) is paid according to an employee's age. So a birthday can mean that they're entitled to a present from you in the shape of a pay rise! You should always write to them about the change and why it's happened. Use our letter for this purpose. How old are you? The NMW must be paid according to an employee's age. The rates are reviewed each year and usually increase in line with inflation. It's my birthday! It's particularly important...
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