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HIGHES➕ 24 Feb 18
Where my dey.... ... Highest ➕➕➕... 👑 ..🙌🙌🙌
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Tendring Council 11 Jul 18
It’s your legal right to be paid at least the National Living or Minimum Wage so make sure you check your pay -
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Tendring Council 25 Jul 18
Worried that you might be being underpaid? Find out how to and register a confidential complaint with HMRC -
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Team Sarkodie 24 Apr 18
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Acas 9 Mar 18
The new and National Living Wage rates come into effect in April. Make sure you're up-to-date with the changes by following this advice and guidance from Acas
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EastLindseyDC May 6
It's against the law for your employer to pay you less than the National Minimum Wage or National Living Wage. Check your pay and talk to your manager to make sure you’re getting what you're entitled to.
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Cornwall Chamber Apr 4
The National Living and Minimum Wage increased on 1 April 2019. Make sure you update your payroll so your employees are paid correctly. Check the guidance:
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Creative Access 2 Apr 18
Just a reminder that MINIMUM wage has gone up FYI, This isn't optional it is the law. 👏
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Dept for BEIS Apr 24
New payslip legislation introduced on 6 April means 290k workers are entitled to payslip for the first time. Payslips now include number of hours worked, making it easier to check you're being paid correctly. :
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HM Revenue & Customs 31 May 18
The National Minimum Wage went up in April - check you’re getting what you’re legally entitled to
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HM Revenue & Customs 25 May 18
The legal National Minimum and Living Wage went up on 1 April
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Business Support Helpline Apr 9
Even if you're paying your employees at or above the National Living or Minimum Wage, mistakes can happen. Check the website for the most common payment mistakes and make sure you're paying your staff correctly.
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Youth Employment UK 22 Mar 18
It is time to on 1st April the new minimum and living wage rates kick in!
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HM Government Midlands Aug 2
If you’re a worker aged 25 and over, and not in your first year of an apprenticeship, you’re legally entitled to at least the National Living Wage of £8.21 per hour. Find out more:
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Bradford Council Apr 6
From 6 April 2019 all workers, including casual and zero-hour workers, are entitled to a payslip. If you’re paid hourly, your payslip will show how many hours you worked. Make sure you get what you're entitled to:
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First Voice 10 Jul 18
Are you paying your employees the ? Handy reminder from to
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father of hermes 💕 23 Feb 18
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Youth Employment UK Jun 6
Did you know that ANY time you spend travelling for work in work hours counts as paid work time? Young people in catering, construction, hairdressing and some careworking roles are at risk of not knowing their rights, so always !
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Acas Apr 8
via Did you get a pay rise? The National Living and Minimum Wage increased on 1 April 2019. Make sure you get what you're entitled to. Check your pay.
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BRC Apr 3
2.1 million people are receiving a pay rise from 1 April 2019 as the National Living and Minimum Wage rates increase. Check your pay 👇
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