National Minimum Wage – The Tricky Bits

The National Minimum Wage increases again on 1 October 2012. Straight forward enough but how do employers calculate the National Minimum Wage for workers on call or on piece work? What do they need to do to avoid being ‘named and shamed’ by the Government for flouting National Minimum Wage law as happened to a Leicester hairdresser this month?

Deborah Scales, Head of Employment, will be delivering a talk in association with the Chambers of Commerce on Tuesday 2nd October. To book a place, please click on the link below.

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