REAL LIVING WAGE and National Living Wage rates increased in April, but around 250,000 people will receive a pay rise as the real living wage is increased. But how much more could you receive?
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The real living wage is the only UK wage rate which is voluntarily paid by around 7,000 employers in Britain. This increase is intended to help workers and families through the pandemic. Express.co.uk has compiled a guide to explain what the real Living Wage is and how much you could get.
What is the National Living Wage? The National Living Wage is an obligatory minimum wage paid to workers in the UK aged 25 and above. The payment first came into effect in April 2016 and was introduced by the then-Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne. The wage began at £7.20 per hour in April 2016 and rose to £8.21 per hour for those aged 25 and over. READ MORE: Minimum Wage & National Living Wage rates as ‘real’ Living Wage rises
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READ MORE Living Wage: Over 250,000 to get a pay rise What is the real living wage? The real living wage should not be confused with the National Living Wage which is voluntarily paid by almost 7,000 businesses in the UK. These businesses signed up to the scheme because they believe their staff deserve a wage which meets everyday…
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