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From 1 April 2023, the National Living Wage (NLW) and the National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates will increase. Except for those who are self-employed, everyone is entitled to receive the NLW or the NMW depending on their age or circumstances (see table below).
The rates announced today include the largest increase to the NLW since its introduction in 2016 and will provide a much-needed pay increase to millions of low-paid workers across the UK, all of whom will be feeling the effects of a sharply rising cost of living. For a full-time worker, today’s increase means nearly £150 more per month.
It is important to ensure that the wages you pay your employees are in line with this year’s increases.
National Living Wage
21-22 year old rate
18-20 year old rate
16-17 year old rate
Current Rate to March 2022
Rate from April 2023
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